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It was the best of times, 
it was the worst of times. 




It was the age of wisdom, 
it was the age of foolishness. 





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It was the epoch 
of belief, 
it was the epoch 
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It was the era of success, 
it was the era of defeat. 





It was the season of hope, 
it was the season of despair. 



It was the time of maturity, 
it was the time of juvenility. 






It was the eon of determination, 
it was the eon of aversion. 



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It was the duration of sociality, 
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CONTENTS 

FACULTY 12 

SENIORS 30 

CLASSES 84 

ATHLETICS ... .98 
ACTIVITIES . . . .116 
SPONSORS . . . .150 



It was the perpetuity of knowledge, 
it was the perpetuity of ignorance. 




It was WESTWOOD HIGH SCHOOL 










Senior Class Publication 

WESTWOOD HIGH SCHOOL 
Westwood, Massachusetts 



STAFF 

Karol A. Ballantine 

Editor-in-Chief 
Mary Lou Murphy 

Editor 
Leslie C. Williams 

Editor 
George N. Lester 

Photographer 
Richard J. Murphy 

Photographer 
Mary Jane McAulay 

Business Manager 
Nancy H. Shepperson 

Business Manager 

Advisor 

Charles W. Flahive 







Your classroom was filled with more than desks and books. There 
was warmth, laughter, and you. 

As a teacher you guided us through the pathway of knowledge 
and down the road to maturity. You took pride in our accomplish- 
ments and stood by us in our failures. You were generous in time and 
enthusiasm and set an example for all of us to follow. 

We, the Class of 1976, will always have room for you in our 
hearts, Mr. Stack. 





Richard J. Stack 




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Dr. John F. Tobin 

Superintendent of Schools 




Link your students 
to a livelihood 



Mr. Leo J. Crowe 

Assistant Superintendent for Business 



Mr. C. Louis Cedrone 

Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum 
and Instruction 





School Committee 
Left to right: C. Louis Cedrone, Assistant Super- 
intendent for Curriculum; Paul Broughton, Leo 
Crowe, Assistant Superintendent for Business; 
Dr. John F. Tobin, Superintendent; Elizabeth 
Kendrick, Chairperson of the School Committee; 
Joseph Clancy, Catherine Hinchman, William 
Brady. 




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Mr. Duane Kocina 

Principal 




During the past four years at Westwood High School, the administra- 
tion has altered the image of the traditional secondary school to a liberal 
mixture of education through classwork, athletics, and student-faculty 
forum interaction. 

We were the first class to profit from the use of the new Media Center, 
mezzanine, cafeteria, gym, pool, and no-pass areas. All of these ideas were 
made possible through the hard work and co-operation of the students, 
faculty, and administrators. 

With the addition of newcomer Dr. Andreas Lehner, the administrators 
have provided the direction needed for our school to profitably further 
our education. 




Dr. Andreas Lehner 

Assistant Principal 



Mr. Philip Flaherty 

Assistant Principal 





Mrs. Deborah Landers 

Secretary 




Mrs. Marjorie Hancox 
Secretary 



Mrs. Nancy Legge 
Receptionist 



Depend on 
Teachers 



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Success minded? 



GUIDANCE 



With today's tight job market, the services provided by the Westwood 
High School Guidance Department are invaluable. The counselors meet 
with students in every grade to aid in the process of course selections and 
discuss various plans for the future. The department schedules college and 
career conferences to help the juniors and seniors in planning for jobs or 
schools. The office also has indespensable material and equipment about 
college and vocational training. 

Under the direction of Mrs. Celia S. Vial I , Mr. Thomas Hughes and Mrs. 
Claire Sheff do an exceptional job advising the underclassmen. Mrs. Vial I, 
who advises the senior class, receives a round of applause from the class of 
1976 for her long hard labor on all of the transcripts. 



Mrs. Claire Sheff 



Mrs. Celia Vial 

Director of Guidance 




Mrs. Carolyn Servello 

Secretary 




CAN WE HELP SOLVE YOUR 
PUZZLE 



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Mr. Keith Peden 

Special Needs 



MEDIA CENTER 

Greater opportunities to increase 
knowledge through the use of the 
audio-visual aids and the extensive 
library facilities have been offered 
to the students at Westwood High 
this year in the media and learning 
center. Closed-circuit television, 
video-tape machines and micro-film 
readers are included in the exten- 
sive educational equipment. The 
media center includes areas for 
tutorial help as well as material for 
study and research. 




Mr. C. Eugene Swezey 

Director of Media Services 



Mrs. Virginia McCoubrey 

Librarian 



Action Learning 



Mrs. Elizabeth Clement 

School Nurse 



We defy 
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to put 
this book 
down! 



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Math 

The ever-present chatter of the computer teletypes serves to vocalize 
the brains activity in the math corridor. This year's math department has 
changed for the better. 

Team-teaching and the math seminar room have served to modernize 
the department. It is headed by James Pender and his assistants Mr. 
Edward Baker, Mr. Richard Hargreaves, Mr. David Walsh, Mr. Lawrence 
Vallancourt, Mr. Raymond Kodzis, Mr. Harvey Fischler, Miss Judith 
Bolles, and Miss Maureen Bulger. 

Courses offered by this department to the students range from basic 
mathematics to calculus. Proficient math students may try competing in 
the Math Olympiad and taking the Actuaries Test or they may join the 
Math Team. 



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Miss Maureen Bulger 






Mr. David Walsh 




Mr. Raymond Kodzis 




IIIISISESS 

College-bound as well as career-oriented students take ad- 
vantage of the variety of skills offered by Westwood High 
School's Business Department. The department, headed by 
Mrs. Marion Healy and assisted by Mr. Albert Nolan, Mr. 
Charles Flahive, Mrs. Carolyn Bergen, and Mrs. Natalie Carey, 
offers a wide range of courses including typewriting, short- 
hand, law, accounting, secretarial and Office Procedures, office 
machines, data processing, and business English. 

The valuable skills acquired by the students enrolled in 
Business courses are offered to the school and community 
through service activities. The acquired skills become invalu- 
able to all students in their future lives. 



Mrs. Marion Healy 

Head of Department 





Mr. Joseph Chicetti 

Head of Department 



Mr. Frederick Wellsman 








Mr. Thomas Nelson 



Mr. Lawrence Rettman 



A Kitchen "Organizer" 



Mrs. Joanne Arnold 



Home Economics 

Once again the Home Economic Depart- 
ment has offered a variety of classes to satis- 
fy both male and female. Under the direc- 
tion of Mrs. Marguerite Knight, the boys 
have tested their luck in the Bachelor Foods 
class. The girls, aided by Mrs. Joanne 
Arnold, Mrs. Janet Wilkinson and Mrs. Vir- 
ginia Burke, have taken courses ranging from 
basic cooking and sewing to Gourmet foods 
and tailoring. The Family Living and Child 





Industrial Arts 

At Westwood High School, stu- 
dents may enrich their education 
by developing skills in the industrial 
vocations. Graphic and industrial 
arts grant students the opportunity 
to work with an unlimited range of 
industrial processes, materials and 
equipment. A wide range of courses 
are offered including woodworking, 
metalworking, electricity, electron- 
ics, crafts and the field of graphic 
sciences. This department avails it- 
self to both boys and girls inter- 
ested in exploring this multifaceted 
field. This year the department 
helped emensely with the school 
publications by printing the Sacred 
Cheese and No Parentheses. 




Mrs. Virginia Burke 

Growth and Development classes continued 
their volunteer program of assisting in the 
elementary schools. The girls all wish their 
teacher Mrs. Burke a speedy recovery, be- 
cause no substitute can ever take her place. 






Mrs. Maxine Broderick 
Head of Department 




Mrs. Dorothy Saltmarsh 

Science 

The curriculum offered in the 
Science Department includes some- 
thing to fascinate every student. In 
Biology, Chemistry and Physics, 
students may select courses that al- 
low them to proceed learning at 
their own rate. An independent 
study course permits selected stu- 
dents to experiment and research a 
field of special interest. 

Department head Mrs. Maxine 
Broderick and her assistants Mr. 
Gail Thwing, Mr. Raymond Keegan, 
Mr. Edward Marx, Mr. Ivan Van 
deWorkeen, Mr. Christos Sarris, Mr. 
Calvin Topalian, Mrs. Dorothy Salt- 
marsh and Mrs. Mary Crowell, 
schedule a variety of field trips to 
supplement both laboratory and 
class work. The department also 
promotes the Astronomy Club. 



Mr. Ivan Van de Workeen 



Use the experiment 
to get the point across 




Mr. Calvin Topalian 



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started in metrics 





Creating opportunities for the student to excel in the fine 
arts and crafts is the job of the talented teaching trio of Mr. 
Thomas DelSignore, Mr. Michael Milan, and Mrs. Judith 
DesPres. 

Offering concentration in all of the fine-art areas including 
painting, illustration, sculpture and design, the Art Depart- 
ment strives to grant every student a chance to dabble in a 
variety of media. 

Whether the student's aim is to obtain the solid background 
necessary to further their art career or just to gain more insight 
on their own personal creative ability, Westwood High 
School's Art Department offers a suitable course. 




Mr. John Markarian Jr 

Head of Department 



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Under the guidance of two very 
dedicated directors, Mr. John J. 
Markarian Jr. and Mr. Sebastian 
Bonaiuto, the Westwood High 
School Music Department has lived 
up to its fantastic reputation by 
featuring many fine performances 
of their instrumental and choral en- 
sembles. 

Through their inspiration and 
leadership, there have been success- 
ful exchange and seasonal concerts, 
and a Pops Concert, competitions, 
and delightful half-time shows. 
Without "Mr. Mark and Mr. B." this 
year's school musical "Oklahoma" 
could not have been a success. 




Mr. Thomas Del Signore 

Head of Department 




SIGN ON FOR THE SEASON. 

Physical Education 

The aim of the physical education program is to expose all of the students to a variety of challenging 
activities which serve to promote lifelong, healthful physical activity. 

Mr. Paul Tuccelli, Mr. Joseph Gearon, Mr. Robert Bonn, Miss Elizabeth Rice and Mrs. Kathleen 
Delaney-Smith all encourage competition for personal satisfaction. Coordinating all of their activities 
through Mr. George Bader and Mr. Russell Downes, the teachers instruct health classes as well as coach 
sports and direct gym classes. 





Mrs. Kathleen Delaney-Smith 



Mr. Joseph Gearon 





Miss Elizabeth Rice 



Mr. George Bader 

Director of Athletics 




Mr. Paul Tuccelli 




Mr. Russell Downes 

Director of Health 

and Physical 

Education 





Mr. Robert Bonn 



TRY A NEW 
EXPERIENCE 



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English Teaching— 

Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow 




Miss Frances Burns 

Head of Department 







Under the direction of Miss Frances Burns, the English 
Department was involved in many school affairs. Sponsoring 
trips to plays and movies, the department taught the student 
through cultural immersion as well as classwork. 

With the guiding hand of Mrs. Ellin Booras, the school 
staged a successful musical, "Oklahoma." The senior class 
play, "Tom Jones," was also a hit, along with Miss Deborah 
Hernan's spring one-act plays. Mrs. Ellen Eberley advised a 
large staff in creating a superb literary magazine "No Paren- 



theses," along with the student-oriented "Video Speaks for 
Youth" broadcasts. 

However, English isn't just all fun and games, and the other 
talented members of this department taught courses which 
improve reading-and-writing skills and cultural awareness. 
Once again, junior and senior members of the high school were 
able to satisfy their English requirements by choosing from a 
variety of electives a course to please their individual tastes. 




Mrs. Ellin Booras 



Miss Ellen Eberly 



Miss Deborah Hernan 



Miss H. Joan Dillon 




"Now let me get this straight. You did do your homework, but 
you made it into a paper airplane, and it was hijacked to Cuba." 





Mrs. Evelyn Malm 




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Social Studies 

Once again, the Social Studies Department offered 
courses which remained popular to all of the students. 
The ever-popular sociology class with its field trips and 
guest speakers, along with the psychology class, was 
always filled with students, as were the anthropology, 
Chinese and Indian Civilization classes. United States 
History was required for all of the juniors, and many 
participated in "reliving history" through a trip to Wil- 
liamsburg, Virginia. Two advanced-placement courses in 
history — western civilization and United States History 
were offered to talented students. 

Under the direction of Mr. William Davis, the Depart- 
ment encouraged students to reach out and touch the 
world. 




Mr. William Davis 
Head of Department 





Mr. Richard Stack 



Miss Priscilla Congdon 



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Mrs. Frederica Richardson 




Miss Kathy Mulcahy 





Mr. Donald Beurman 



Mrs. Ann Barysh 



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"History has a sneaky way 
of getting ahead of me." 



Passport To 
The World 



The Language Department works to 
familiarize the students with the customs, 
food, and geography of both France and 
Spain. To interested students, Latin proves 
to assist in improving both grammatical and 
vocabulary skills. 

The Department is directed by Mrs. 
Elaine Eaton along with Mr. Manol Dhimitri, 
Mr. Robert Burke, Mr. George Parker, Mrs. 
Barbara Grey, and Mrs. Ann Marie Gean who 
assist her in instructing the foreign lan- 
guages. Mr. Parker is also the Director of 
Driver Education. 

The department also promotes the Span- 
ish club and a group of advanced French 
students to take opportunities to explore the 
cultural aspects of the countries through 
trips to restaurants, museums, and theaters. 





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Director of Driver Education 



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President 
William Geary 

70 Stearns Street 

"Success is the key to happiness." 

Bill . . . en/oys tennis, chess, fishing, sleeping late, watch- 
ing the Foxboro trotters and thoroughbreds . . . likes win- 
ing and dining. Cafe Venice with J.C., Barry's parties, 
good music, 7 and ? . . . dislikes eye witnesses, college 
applications, fixed races, spending money, the morning 
after. . . pet peeves: smoke. . , "Tremendous!" . . . 
"What a crack up!" . . . found at the Brothers' Roche, 
Venice, with hand in the cooler, J.C.'s . . . with good 
friends, that machine gun laugh . . . smiling. . . plans to 
excel at Collegium Bostomese. 

Class President 3, 4; Debating Team 2; Student Advisory 
Board 3; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Sacred Cheese Business 
Editor and Advertising Manager 3, 4; Prom Committee; 
Yearbook Staff; National Honor Society 3, 4; Astronomy 
Club 3, 4; Intercom Announcer 3, 4; Class Gift Commit- 
tee 4; Bicentennial Youth Commission 4 



Vice President 
Stephen J. Polechronis 

444 Oak Street 

"Learn to find the strength to overcome all obstacles within 
yourself." 

Polo . . . easy . . . pet peeves: donuts. Ragmen . . . likes nighttime 
activities, late nights at Masters, meeting people. . . dislikes tall 
people, short legs. . . enjoys soccer, politicing . . . "Style". . . 
"Ta, ta" . . . "Bye, now." . . . favorite people: Gem, Willie, Cardo, 
and others. . . found in his yacht, Mobil, or with Cardo . . . nice 
eyes . . . Northeastern. 

Band 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4; WHS Dance Band 1 , 2, 3, 4; 
Class President 1, Vice-president 4; Senior Play 4; Football 1; 
Drama Club 4, Soccer 2; Tn-Captain 3, 4; Drum Major 3, 4. 



Secretary 
Rosemary Conway 

195 Conant Road 

"Love that giveth in full store. Aye receives as much, and more." 

Rose, Rosie, Rosa . . . likes old movies, lively weekends, field 
hockey, warm skiing. . . pet peeves: getting up in the morning, 
nervousness . . . dislikes feeling drowned, creeping plants, '62 Cad- 
dies, and long summers in N.H. . . . terrified of icy skiing . . . 
found in the Rosebug and chasing meetings . . . favorite people: 
Roy-boy, Coop, Lou, Beckies, Phil, L.W., "The Family" . . . 
HADC . . . '"uge" . . . "What's the scoop 7 " . . . "Ratsos!" . . . Rag 
gedy Ann!? . . . likes to write . . . communications. 

Class Secretary 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1 , 2; Student Council 1 , 3; Senior 
Play; Drill Team 1; School Musical 1, 2, 4; Cheerleader 1, 2; 
National Honor Society 4; Drama Club 1 , 2, 4; Yearbook Staff; 
No Parenthesis 4; Folk Club 2, Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 
4, Prom Committee 3. 





SENIOR 

CLASS 

OFFICERS 



Treasurer 
William Burhoe 
370 Oak Street 

"To be no one but myself." 

Bill . . . Willy . . . wavey brown hair . . . pet peeves include prac- 
tices, college applications, and rising early . . . likes good people 
and good friends, frostees, the Who and B.C. . . . dislikes: snobs, 
phonies, hard guys and hangovers . . . enjoys parachuting, motor- 
cycling and all sports . . . "WhaaatttH" , . . What's up?" . . . "How 
ya doin'?" . . . "No way!" . . . favorite people are Karen, Steve, 
Bish, Roux, Keith, Cardo, Sully, and the other guys . . . found 
with close friends . . . likes parties and music, nice hats . . . college. 

Soccer 2, 3, 4, Tn-Captain 3, 4; Tennis 1. 2; Co-Captain 3, 4; 
Basketball 1, 2. 3. 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Senior Class 
Play; Class Treasurer 4; Pep Club 1. 2, 3. 4, Yearbook Staff; 
Drama Club 4; Prom Committee 3; Tutor Program 3, 4. 




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1976 






James Ahigian 

185 Winter Street 

"Nevn trouble trouble till trouble troubles you." 

Higs . . . "No way!" . . . dislikes working in classes, homework . . . tikes 
parties, pools, cast parties . . . pet peeves: people who <isk stupid ques- 
tions, getting bagged . . . found in the pool, jt YDI, up Maine . . . favorite 
people: Beaker, Tweet, and gang. 

Spi my Track 3, 4, Cross country 1 . 2; Swim team 1 , 2, 3 captain 4. 



Rosalie Aldus 
477 Hartford Street 

"In the sweetness ot friendship there is laughter and sharing of happi- 
ness." 

Rose . . . pet peeves: phoney people, destroying living things, getting up 
early . - - favorite activities: collecting stamps and coins, listening to 
music, being with friends . . likes school, sleeping late, Curtis and 
friends. . . "I don't care!" . . . "What's up.'". . . "Decent" . . . favorite 
people are Curtis, Keith, Claudis, Isabel and the gang . . . found: learning 
center, Claudia's house, with Curtis, around Westwood . . . blond hair and 
blue eyes, smiling . . . college and work. 

Yearbook Staff; Harlequin 3; Spanish Club 2; Business Club 1, 2, 3,4 

Beverly Allen 
53 Highview Street 

"It always seems to be a Monday, left over memories of Sunday." 

Bev . . . Sugar. . . pet peeves: pushy people, snobs. . . water skiing, 
bowling, swimming . . . likes weekends, vacations, summer. . . "Whatcha 
think." . . . "It's been real." . . . "Thank Cod it's Friday." . . . favorite 
people: C.J., J.M.. T.C. . . . found B-Bay, Avon, Cape, George's . . . Never 
a smile . . . short . . . secretarial work. 

Yearbook Staff; Business Club 3, 4. 



Christopher Andrews 

65 Stanford Drive 

"I rise from bed each morning because I find it too heavy to carry with 
me during the day." 

Chris . Beaker . . . sincere . . . "Oh, come on!" . . . likes Monty Python, 
Beatles, Nyquil . . . found at Dedham Inn, Pap Gino's, Horseneck, under 
rocks . . . "Is anyone hungry?" . . . pet peeves: double block physics, 
smoking in cars, doing senior biographies . . . enjoys attemtping track and 
skiing... favorite people: Al Pacino, Marx Brothers, Australian 
mutes. . . dislikes top 40 radio stations, idealists, large cars. . . "Oh, 
Higgs!" . . . plans to attend college. 

Football 1; Track 1 , 2, 3, 4; Cross country 2; Future Homemakers 1 2 
3,4. 



Karen Arakelian 

85 Hemlock Drive 

"Hearts of fire create love desire, take you higher and higher to the world 
you belong." 

Karen. . . "Disco Baby". . . Kes . . . junior mints . . . Kevin's boat. . . 
swimming, dancing, cooking, and parties . . . mostly Mark, dislikes: beef 
stew, burnt cookies, broken fingernails, and people who can't dance. ■ . 
favorite people: Mark, R.B., AS.. S.D., Jackie . . . found at Roche Bros., 
on the golf course, or Pigeon City . . . black curly hair . . . fashion 
merchandising. 

Sacred Cheese 1, 2, 3; Drama Club 3; Yearbook Staff; Harlequin 1, 2, 3; 
Kiss Me Kate 3; French Club 1 , 2, 3; Business Club 4; Bicentennial Essay 
Winner. 



Brian Aspinwall 
121 Dover Road 

"Welcome, Life! I go to encounter for the millionth time the reality of 
experience." 

Brian . . . plans to live high . . . likes: partying, playing the trumpet, 
vegging out, walking, spring, weekends . . . dislikes: fakes, B.S. Artists. . . 
found asleep in English . . . "HM" . . . Reggae, The Dead, Space Cadets, 
Brad, Jeff, Irv, Digs, Justice Dowling . . . Fog Area. . . red hair . . . col- 
lege. 

Band 1, 3, 4; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 3, 4; Dance Band 2, 3,4; 
Senior Play; Student Advisory Council 4; Football 1, 2; Ski Team 2. 



Anna-Liisa Ayoub 
207 Carroll Avenue 

"Be yourself-not like another." 

Anna-Liisa . . . "Munchkin" . . . "Turk" . . . skiing, horseback riding . . . 
dancing . . . Finland . . . tikes tall, blonde, blue-eyed Scandanavian peo- 
ple . . . meeting new people . . . long, long conversations . . . traveling . . . 
dislikes smoke and dull weekends . . . often found with D.M., M.K., J.D. 
and in Vermont. . . Trethewey's . . . college. 

Drill Team 2; AFS 2,3; Color Guard 3, 4; Softball 1; Pep Club 1, 2,3,4; 
Track 2; Swim Aide 1, 2, 3; Outward Bound 4; Yearbook Staff. 








Mitchell Bain 

68 Fisher St. 



"He who thinks for himself is a free man.' 






Mitch . . . usually not found in school . . . "You fool" . . . pet peeve: 
E.H. . . . found at Lewis' or cruisin' in the Cuda . . . plans to work. 



Karol Ballantine 

624 Hartford Street 

"The greatest reward for doing is the opportunity to do more." 

Karol... always busy... swimming, sailing, horseback riding, and 
making new friends. . . pet peeves: soggy cornflakes, doctors appoint- 
ments, scratching blackboards ■ ■ ■ likes to talk and listen, cheerful, open 
people . . . "Run that by me one more time!" . . . found on Cape Cod or 
with good friends. . . dislikes pessimists and eating when you're not 
hungry . . . "You're kidding!" . . . wishes everyone were as happy as 
she . . . very sincere . . . brown hair and eyes . . . plans to en/oy life . . . 
Marietta College. 

French club 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary 4; Concert band 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Secretary 4; Chorus 1, 2; AFS 3; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Senior play; 
Yearbook editor, No Parentheses editor 4; Drama club 1,2,3,4; Sacred 
Cheese 1; Pep club 1 , 2, 3, 4; Hockey Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Woodwind 
ensemble 1 , 2, 3, 4, Prom committee 3; Class banquet committee 4. 



Michael Band 

30 Perry Drive 

Mike . . . likes TD's, Italian food, bagels . . . canovs . . . football . . . 
driving around. Dislikes: rude girls, track, gas station windows . . . pet 
peeves: NHS, Rippy, Barry's jokes. . . "Hey Mikey," . . . "He likes it!" 
. . . found in the weight room . . . Happy Acres . . . favorite people: Val, 
Sugar, and Moose . . . Bando . . . Tufts. 

Football 1, 2, 3, Tn-captain 4; Spring Track 1, Winter Track 1, 3; 
Lacrosse Club 2, National Honor Society 3, 4. 



Kevin Bazarian 

727 Gay Street 

"To know him is to share his joy of laughter and good times." 

Kev . . . likes boating, cars, woodworking, swimming, warm weather, 
money, Italian food. . . pet peeves: winter, snow, chemistry, diets. . . 
dislikes: school, doing accounting homework , . . "Where do you want to 
go?". . . in his car. . . Norwood Hospital. . Sugar Suite. . , getting 
gray. . . that blue suede jacket. . . favorite people: K.A. and Snow- 
bunny . . . a career in real estate or business. 

Football 1. 

Lisa Beausang 

34 High Rock Street 

"With mischief in her eyes, happiness in her smile, she is like a burst of 
sunshine on a cloudy day." 

Likes beaches at night, a certain hockey player, drivems, roses, Chatham, 
sad movies, math classes with P and C . . . pet peeves: "mature", curfews, 
getting teased... "Cut it out you guys!"... dislikes having mono, 
people a/ways talking. . . "I don't really know." . . . big eyes. . . senti- 
mental, fun to be with . . . typical romanticist . . . college in allied health 
field. 

Colorguard 3; Pep Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; Senior Hockey Game; Yearbook Staff. 

Robert Berlo 

162 Willard Circle 

"To know him is to appreciate his qualities." 

Robert . . . Bobby . . . musical . . . scuba diving . . . water skiing . . . ping- 
pong . . . swimming . . . bowling . . . likes: having GBIock free at the end 
of the day . . . dislikes: Western Civ (too much work) . . . "You win, 
Rocky!!!" . . . found at or on or under the ocean . . . college. 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; WHS Dance Band 3, 4; 
Astronomy Club 3, 4, President 4; Manage! of Basketball 1,2,3. 



Susan Bero 
265 Farm Lane 

"She was made for happy thoughts, for playful wit, and laughter." 

Suzie . . . "Sue Bear" . . . beautiful long hair . . . smiley. . . lev is . . . 
"Watching the Planes" . . . likes cheering, working with special children, 
skiing, swimming, tap dancing with Cheryl . . . dislikes intellectual snobs 
. . . pet peeves: M.C.P., double physics, late practices . . . "No, really, 

seriously" . . . "No way!" . . . found at P.B with friends, at the pool, 

and at practice with Dean . . . plans to be successful . . . college. 

Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; A.F.S. Club 3; Football & 8asketball Cheerleader 1, 2, 
3, Captain 4; Pep Club 1,2,3, 4; Yearbook Staff; Swimmers Aid 1,2,3,. 
4. 



W.H.S 






1976 






John Bimshas 
163 Blue Hill Drive 

"The artist possesses the highly creative mind and unique appreciation 
for natural things." 

John . . . Jack . . . great artist . . . always painting or sculpturing . . . likes 
Art! . . . sports and quiet country areas . . . Shelley. . . dislikes: cities, 
crowds, homework, and writing assignments . . . "Yeah!!!" . . . found in 
the courtyard. Media Center, or Zeppy's . . . plans: work then art school. 

Track 1,2. 



David Bishop 

52 Lake Shore Drive 

"How many cares one loses when one decides not to be something, but 
to be someone." 

Bish . . . quiet . . . painted smile . . . pet peeves: Rocky and Bullwmkle, 
the Who, Bonnie Raitt, attempted Roughnecks . . . dislikes weekends in 
Westwood, turn downs . . . enjoys cruisin' in the green wagon . . . "What 
did I do with the keys?" . . . "No Way!" . . . favorite people: Andy, Riles, 
Smitty, and others . . . found at Dedham Inn . . . seldom on time . . . 
college bound. 

Swim Team 1; Drama Club 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1 ; Senior 
Class Play; Class Vice-President 2. 



Gregg Boari 

14 Magaletta Drive 

"Life is either a daring adventure or nothing." 

Gregg . . . Wild Boar . . . likes football games, fast cars, beach trips . . . 
"Everybody out!" . . . great parties. . . #65 . . , "Green Pride!" . . . pet 
peeves: girls that hate cars . . . football camp, supreme effort, accidents 
and broken legs. . . found at H.A.D.C. meetings, in the Bonneville, at 
DONOTPASS . . . favorite people: Kathy, H.A.D.C, Tucce, M.M., and 
others . . . shifty eyes . . . 5o'clock shadow . . . "Look at the difference." 
. . . the book . . . Bentley college- business. 

Football 1,2,3, 4; Track 2; Senior Play, Ski club 1 . 



David Boger 
67 Woodland Road 

"Precision is a step toward expressing our real nature." 

Dave . . . "You heard me" . . . found at the Mobil Country Club. Spring 
Lane . . . as a white blur on Gay Street . . . likes all sports, sailing, art, 
photography . . . dislikes double physics and school hamburgers . . . 
"Don't tell me, I know" . . . working . . . favorite people: J.K. and most 
everyone. . . Worcester Polytech-engmeering. 

Baseball 2; Green Years. 



Robert Brady 

588 Canton Street 

"The will to do, the soul to dare." 

Speed, Clutch, O'Grady . . . pet peeves: Vettes, slow drivers, woman 
drivers, filling the tank . . . hobbies: working on his G.T.O., cruising Rte. 
1 . . . dislikes waiting for Karen in the morning, getting his bumper 
rammed, going to court . . . likes Roadrunners, racing with Sav ... fa- 
vorite people: C.C, Pinch+Trisha, Uncle Phil, "Doc" . . . found "in My 
Goat, at Ro/o's . . . plans include working and Wentworth with "La 
Gang". 



David Brawley 

10 Westdale Road 

"I live always for the high points in life." 

Brawler . . . "Decent!" . . Roche Bros. . . . Football . . . H.A.D.C. meet- 
ings . . . putting miles on the wagon . . . Monty Python . . . pet peeves: 
working on Friday and Saturday nights. . . favorite people: H.A.D.C. 
"2". 

Football 2, 3, 4, Senior Play; Track 3, 4. 



Claudia Brown 

1645 High Street 

"She was made for happy thoughts, and laughter." 

Claudie . . . pet peeves: school. . . likes animals, little children. . . hob- 
bies: taking care of animals . . . "Shut up!" . . . "Dummy!" . . . favorite 
people: D.S.. R.A., K.P., I.F.. and others . . . found babysitting, home . . . 
brown hair, brown eyes, smiles a lot . . . plans to work with animals. 









James Brown 

130 Washington Street 

"A friendly smile, a friendly way." 

Brownie . . . pet peeves: going to work . . . favorite activities: keeping 
Wally in line!, cars, parties . . . dislikes snobby girls . . . "Wack it!" . . . 
"3-5" . . . "6-9" . . . "Ask me if I care." . . . "Oh, wow!" . . . favorite 
people: Cindy, Judi, Wally, Rob, and others . . . found in Rob's garage, in 
his car, Texaco . . . great sense of humor, friendly, likes to help others . . . 
plans to open business as auto body repairman. 

Senior Hockey game 



James Bryant 

106 Strasser Avenue 

"You only go around once in life. Live with all the gusto you can grab.' 

Jim... likes karate... hates boring weekends... "I'll kill yal" . . 
found in the green Maverick . . . employment. 

Track 4. 





Thomas Bulman 

43 Carroll Court 

"Loyal and friendly is he." 

Bully . . . favorite activities: lifting, lambaisting . . . dislikes druggies, peo- 
ple who think they're great but aren't . . favorite people: Fu, Ols, Phil, 
Rice-O . . . "Mister, you kill me." . . . mean if you don't know him . . . 
easy going if you know hime! . . . forever a true friend . . . Air Force, and 
hopes to get into NASA program in the future. 

Weighthfting 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 4; Football 1, 3; Winter Track 2; 
Basketball 1. 



Robert Burghoff 
35 Croft Regis Road 

"Life is too short to be small" 

Yurd . . . skiing. . . football shirts. . . Yes. . . Ponkapoag Golf Course 
. . . dislikes getting thrown out of the Media Center . . . likes: Cannon 
Mountain . . . sciences . . . college bound. 

Football 1 ; Chess Club 1 , 2, 3, 4 



Stephen Burke 
28 Briar Lane 

"He hears and sees and says the best." 

Bear, Burkey. Stevie Wonder . , . pet peeves: busy phones, fake or two- 
faced people, show offs, "3 in front" . . . favorite activities: all sports, 
golf . . . likes spending money, being with the guys, good parties, nice or 
duded up clothes.. . dislikes: getting up early, no money in wallet, 
homework, milk and cookies, and worms . . . "Pig Shack" . . . "Sneaker" 
. . . "The Worst!" . . . "Take two and hit to the left" . . . favorite people: 
S.S., The Gang, The Untouchables, M.R. . . . found in the Javelin, at good 
parties . . . P.L.A. members ... a true friend . . . likes our senior class! . . . 
college. 

Senior Play 4, Baseball 3, 4, Soccer 2; Hockey 1 , 2. 



Paul Cappello 
13 June Street 

"Live your life, do your work, then take your hat." 

Capea . . . "win much" . . . "Dream on!" . . . found at Bergson's or the 
Dedham Inn. . . mush. . . pi/za . . . cruisin' . . . dislikes haircuts and 
people who nag . . . favorites include Higs, Colonel, Tweet, Buddah . . . 
L.R . . . college. 

Winter Track 1 , 2, 3, 4, Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Soccer 2, Cross Country 
I. 

Charles Cardoos 

466 Everett Street 

"Your mind can go far in the quietness of a thought " 

Charlie. . . "The Shiek" . . . "Charlie Tuna". . . likes girls /especially 
blonds and brunettes), Boston, horses. Trans Ams, Vettes, the beach . . . 
dislikes destructive people, slow drivers, dirty places . . . favorite activi- 
ties: partying, art, disco, horses, bumping, avoiding homeroom, stop signs 
+ red lights . . . pet peeves: getting nagged *bagged, wormy people, getting 
tickets, work . . . "What are you so BS about?" . . "Hey!" . . . Oh, 
wow!" . . . favorite people: Uncle Phil, Mr. T., the B ionic Woman, W.L.. 
B.P., P.B., "the kids"... found with Pam, in the convertible, over 
Patti's . . . mistaken for Vinnie S's brother. . . nice dresser. . . future: 
going to school in California and to live for awhile . making the best 
out of life. 



W.H.S. 




I M^H 





1976 






Wesley Carlson 
42 Tamarack Road 

"In the order named these are the hardest to control: wine, women and 
song." 

Dale . . . Wes . . . likes steaks, the market, wailing tunes, feasts, green- 
backs . . , pet peeves: mumbling, dig tunes . . tennis, baseball, basket- 
ball, hockey, skiing, listening to tunes, Heimken . . . "Give me a break. " 
. . . "Tell me about it." . . . "We'll remember this." . . . favorite people: 
Eastwood, Bronson, Flynn and others . . . always harassing . . . tall, light 
hair, loud deep voice, lanky . . . college. 

Baseball 1 ; Basketball 1 ; Tennis 1 , 2. 



Richard Carroll 

39 Kingswood Road 

"I don't know where I'm going; I don't know what I need; but I'll get to 
where I'm going to and up, and that's alright by me." 

Cardo . . . likes the Celtics, Bo-Sox, weekends, the Who . . . dislikes 
boring weekends, big-mouth chicks, attempted roughnecks . . . pet peeves 
include D.R. victims, girls wearing long dresses. . . favorite people are 
Willie, Polo, Chopper, Sully, Wattso, Bish, Toil, Roux . . . "What's hap- 
pening?" . . . "Mediocre" . . . "Putrid" . . . "Yeah!" . . . found at Suffolk 
Downs, Lewis', cruisin' in Polo's yacht, at the Mobile Country Club and 
hiding from the sun . . . hats . . . plans to attend U. Mass, Amherst. 

Baseball 1 , 2, 3, 4; Football 1 ; Pep Club 1 . 2, 3, 4. 



Kenneth Carter 

160 Pond Plain Road 

Ken . . . likes hunting, fishing, mountain climbing. . . found in the snow 
fields of Mount Katahdin . . . "Pass the Magnum. "... dislikes heavy 
backpacks and park rangers . . . favorite people: Bum, Ned, Ben, Trap- 
per, Hubby . . . College. 



Mark Cavanaugh 

27 Alder Road 

"All the world's a stage and one man in his time plays many parts." 

Mark . . . Pits. . . Cav . . . enjoys track, drama, singing. . . likes pitiful 
jokes, being a lifeguard, summer . . . dislikes car crashes, the D.Q. giggle rs 
. . . "Mokes" . . . "Dandy!" . . . "Later in the a.m." . . . pet peeves: 
driving girls home, interval work . . . favorite people: Miss Glancy, M.J., 
David and others . . . found on the track, stage or Bergsons . . . college 
bound. 

Chorus 2, 4; Senior Class Play; Mass. Drama Festival 1,2; Football 1 ; Pep 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring Track 2, 3, 4; Winter Track 2,3,4; Crosscountry 
2, 3; captain 4; National Honor Society 4; Drama Club 1, 2, 3; Vice 
President 4; Thespian Society 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff. 



Jon Chapin 

277 Alder Road 

"A thing you sincerely believe in, cannot be wrong." 

Jon . . . Chape . . . "Good Hair!" . . . pet peeves: getting "booted" from 
the Media Center, typing class. . . likes: Fridays, bowling, skiing, run- 
ning, basketball, food, "winning" . . . dislikes: Mondays, "losing"... 
"Might" . . . "Bet?" . . . good times with Rev, Dick, Den, Etienne, Las, 
Ned . . . found in the Media Center, at Norwood Bowling Alley, at 
Wednesday night meetings . . . Gordon College. 

Astronomy Club 1, 2; Cross-Country Track 1 , 2, 3, 4, Winter Track 1,2, 
3, 4; Spring Track 1, 2,3, 4. 



Lina Ciampa 

465 Hartford Street 

"She may be small but her heart is big." 

Lina . . . enjoys shopping, eating, music . . . pet peeves: nosy people . . . 
"Really?" .. . "Where did you get that?"... dislikes questions and 
highways. . . favorite people: T.T., Mr. Walsh. . . found in the art room 
. . . green eyes . . . college for fashion. 

Business Club 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff. 



Robert Cirello 

54 Cushing Road 

"Why should the devil have all the fun?" 

Rob . . . "What do you want to do?" . . . "Hey!" . . . cars . . . Mr. Scott's 
garage . . . Papa Gino's . . . Boari's . . . beach . . . H.A.D.C. . . . hockey . . . 
parties .. . Bermuda. . . dislikes: homework, boring studies, getting 
nailed . . . college bound. 

Cross Country 1; Pep Club 3, 4; Senior Class Play. 








Fred Cogswell 
21 Woodland Road 

"To insure peace of mind, ignore the regulations." 

Fred . . . skiing, music . . . likes B.L.T.'s, eating, mountains . . . "Huh?" 
. . . early runs . . . found with the Orchard Circle gang or under the 
stereo. . . dislikes physics. . . "What am I doing this for?" . . . pet 
peeves: runts ... a future of skiing and college. 

Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Math Team 2, 3,4. 



Patricia Condrin 

236 Burgess Avenue 

"Some say the quiet have more fun." 

Pat . . . pet peeves: never getting the car, time tests, babysitting . . . likes 
shopping, Boston teams, #19, color blue . . . dislikes homeroom, getting 
up in the morning. . . "Come on" . . . "Oh ya" . . . "Hey!" . . . favorite 
people: E.S., M.F., N.W. . . . longhair . . . sarcastic. . . college bound. 



W.H.S. 



Volleyball 4; Senior Class Play. 






John Corkery 

497 Dover Road 

"Happiness comes from within." 

John . . likes meeting new people, taking candid pictures, and having 
good times with his friends . . . enjoys reading and interested in govern- 
mental proceedings . . . plans to attends college. 

Yearbook staff. 



Susan Corkery 

497 Dover Road 

"There's no duty we so underrate as the duty of being happy." 

Sue . . . "Get out of here!" . . . found at Eagerman's, cruising, clubbing, 
just out . . likes kittens, ice cream, Bermuda, happy people, spring . . . 
"How do ya' feel?" . . . "Really?" . . . hates waking up . . . with the girls 
and the gang . . . Ernie . . . "Nya!" . . . dislikes bees and the munchies . . . 
college. 

Drill Team 3; Pep Club 3, 4; Math Team 1 , 2; French Club 1 , 2. 



Robin Crawford 

73 Willow Street 

"Friendship without self-interest is one of the rare and beautiful things of 
life." 

Robbie . . . likes the beach, parties, being outdoors, acting, singing, vol- 
leyball, track practices and counting pididdles . . . dislikes fast drivers, 
guys with no manners, people who gossip . . . "Hey" . . . favorite people 
are Dan, Lisa, Peter, and others. . . found with friends, K K's, at school 
activities and with Dan . . . "Why?" . . . plans to attend college and travel. 

Band 1; Concert Band 1, 2; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Girls Glee Club 4; Double 
Quartet 2, 3. 4, Senior Play; District Chorus 4, Pep Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; Track 
1, 2, 3; Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff; Gymnastics 1, 2; 
Volleyball 4, Capt.; Powder Puff Football 1; High School Musicals 1, 3, 
4; Swim Team 3. 



Kimberly Crocker 

119 Blue Hill Drive 

"If I can stop one heart from breaking, I shall not live in vain." 

Kim . . . leader of the band, likes talking!, foreign sports cars, sailing, 
music . . . "You'll never believe." . . . pet peeves: being called Kimbies, 
sarcastic D.M.'s. . .found in the music room, on the football field, and at 
exchange concerts . . . Jean-Pierre Rampal . . . dislikes lima beans and 
muddy football fields . . . favorite people: Mr. B., Mr. S., all her friends 
. . . Welles/ey College - science or math. 

Band 1, 2, 3— president 4; Concert band 1, 2, 3- president 4; Orchestra 4; 
Student Council 3, 4; Sacred Cheese 3; Madrigals 4; French Club 1, 2, 3; 
Kiss Me Kate 3, National Honor Society 3, 4; Yearbook Staff, Harlequin 
2, 3; Oklahoma 4. 



Amy Crowley 
471 High Street 

"To have and enjoy the best of the good life." 

Amy . . . pet peeves: derries, peaches, coagulations, hassles, curfews . . . 
enjoys tennis. . . likes: all nighters. sunsets and sunrises, crumpets and 
tea. . . dislikes: traffic, being on empty, A M.S., bumming cigarettes . . . 
"Wait a minute" . . . "I lost my head" . . . "What" . . . favorite people: 
Eva, Dottie, Joanne C. . . found in the Mav., Deli, S. V. R , and on Dover 
Road . . . long brown hair, blue eyes, smiler and winker . . . travel and 
college. 






1976 






Carole Cutler 
158 Sycamore Drive 

"I carry the sun in a golden cup; The moon in a silver bag." 

Carole . . . long black hair, green and brown eyes . . . loves music, playing 
the guitar . . . favorite places are the mountains, the ocean, and Boston 
. . . found under the library stairs . . . Cape Cod weekends . . . being 
"normal" . . . reading good books . . . "Manu" . . . long conversations . . . 
drinking coffee . . . pet peeves: people who stereotype other people . . . 
dislikes closed-in places like W.H.S. . . . "Ugh!" . . . favorite people are 
the unusual ones . . . Antioch College, childrens educational T. V. 

A.F.S. club 3, 4; Folk club 2; Harlequin 4; Movie club 1. 



Cheryl Dacey 

1 1 Connors Street 

"Just knowing her makes you feel as though you have a million friends." 

Cheryl. . . pet peeves: Homework, getting up early . . . enjoys skating, 
swimming, talking, cruisin' . . . likes studies, motorcycles, music, snow 
. . . dislikes snobby people . . . "Well, what's new?" . . . "How ya doin'? 
. . . favorite people: I.F., R.A., K.A., and others . . . found at Pewter 
Pot . . . olue eyes . . . college. 

Yearbook Staff 4; Harlequin 1 ; French Club 1 . 



Roseann Damata 

436 Canton Street 

"Whatever she dares to dream, she dares to do." 

Roseann . . . Munchken . . . pet peeves: staying in one place, snobby 
people . . . enjoys partying, speed skating and car races . . . likes Monte 
Carlo's, traveling, Dilenger and bikeriding. . . dislikes backstabbers, 
school and disco . . . "Party!" . . . "We're out of here" . . . "Burnt out" 
. . . "You're fryed" . . . favorite people: A.W., SB., L.T., M.P. and the 
rest of her friends . . . found clubbing, at the post, Roll-Land and the 
Cape . . . short . . . brown hair . . . brown eyes . . . plans to move out of 
the state. 

Elizabeth Dare 

32 Aran Road 

"The most wasted day of all is that on which we have not laughed." 

Bette . . . cute . . . pet peeves: LEL, expired meters. . . enjoys pinball, 
skiing, skating . . . hates homework. Beef Brocette, accidents . . . likes 
weekends, sloop John B., vacations . . . "Crack!" . . . "Catcha later." . . . 
favorite people: Lindy. Mac's crew and others. . . found in the Blue 
Bomber or at Mac's. . . blonde hair . . . blue eyes. . . U Mass/Amherst. 

Softball 1, 2, 3; Drama Club 1.2; Ski Club 2; Field Hockey 2, 3. 



Susan D'Attilio 
28 Ash Street 

"A day is not complete without a smile." 

Shirl . . . pet peeves: staying home, snobby people, girls room, studies, 
people who aren't humorous . . . favorite activities: swimming, volleyball, 
partying, shopping, Danny . . . likes: babysitting, clothes, going out. . . 
dislikes: school, homework, staying home, being in bad moods . . . "Give 
me a break" . . . "You're right!" . . . "Win much" . . . "You didn't" . . . 
favorite people: Danny, Eileen, Bumps, Anne... found: Westwood 
Plaza, with Danny, Zeppy's Bakery, Sadie's... long dark hair, tall, 
brown eyes, hand signals . . . Nursing. 

Intramurals 1, 2; French Club 1 , 2, 3. 



Jeffrey Deacon 

41 Hampton Road 

"Friendship needs no words." 

"Huh?" . . . partying . . . skiing. . . VWs . . . motorcycles . . . long runs 
. . . mountains . . . fog area. . . dislikes rumors, Maine Tunrpike, Audi's, 
football camp, chemistry . . . on the course . . . fog . . . "straight" hair . . . 
J.F., D.T.... "What a beating" . . . college. 

Football 1, 2, 4; Pep Club 4; Senior Play; Lacrosse Club 2, 3; Golf 4; 
Skiing 2, 3,4. 



Virginia DeAngelis 

92 Hawthorn Street 

It's nice to be natural if you're naturally nice. 

Ginnie... Gin... likes #15, basketball, Softball, Levi's, puppies... 
dislikes ice skating . . . pet peeves: wearing skirts and nylons, waiting for 
people. . . "Lovely." . . . "OOOHWAA!" . . . That's so mean." . . . Katie, 
Barbara, Frizzla, Kathy, Rita, and others. . . "Hi Helen." . . . favorite 
activities: basketball, softball, listening to Chicago and Aerosmith . . . 
found in girl's locker room, gym, softball field, typing for Rita, Islington 
Bball courts, L-7 . . . getting hit off the head with a softball . . . throwing 
pebbles. ... "1, 2, 3, go!" . . . curly fro. . . college— recreational leader- 
ship. 

Band 1; Volleyball 4; Softball 1, 2. 3, 4; Pep club 1, 2, 3, 4; Girl's 
Football 2; Basketball 1,2, 3,4. 








Barbara Denehy 

25 Saint Denis Drive 

"What do we live for if it is not to make life less difficult for each other." 

Barbs . . . tall, slim, smiling with sincerity . . . likes children, animals, 
picnics, and sipping on chocolate malts . . . pet peeves: rainy weekends, 
braces, term papers, and waiting for people. . . Tennis!, Basketball!, 
Bikeridingl, Great! favorite people: Class of "76", Mr. Stack, Leavers . . . 
Headed for Bridgewater State. 

Activities: Drill team 2, 3; Color Guard 4; Softball 1,2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 
4; Sacred Cheese 3; Drama Club 1 ; Yearbook Staff 4. 



W.H.S. 





Kathryn Derwin 
101 Lake Shore Drive 

"Man should live by his own principles and never someone elses." 

Kath . . . shoot... likes dachsunds, B.D., D.D., W.H. ... Irish step 
dancing . . . bike riding . . . dislikes pants that stick to your legs . . . hair 
full of electricity . . . pet peeves: walking to school . . . found riding to 
school in W. H. 's car . . . college. 

Pep Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; Senior Play; Yearbook Staff. 



Paul DiBari 
18 Carroll Avenue 

"A quiet manner is a sure way to success." 

Paul . . . swimming . . . skiing . . . bowling . . . "Come On" . . . dislikes: 
long drawn-out classes . . . found with Frank and Brian . . . around! . . . 
future plans: Suffolk University. 

Swim Team 3, 4; Manager of Track 3. 



Mark DiGregorio 
High Street 

"I abstain from those who consider chatter wisdom and silence ignor- 
ance." 

Care . . . sports . . . Tucc . . . Funky Chicken . . . running back punts . . . 
fights. . . fastball waist high and over the middle. . . ballfields . . . 
Jerome's. . . patriotic people. . . football team. . . dislikes. . . school, 
graduation, attempted roughnecks . . . "FOG AREA" . . . "Hey S. . . . 

Football 1,4; Baseball 1 , 2, 3. 4. 



Mark DiPietro 
4 Winslow Road 

"I am sure care is an enemy of life." 

Mark ... in the Carport . . . walking along Pond Street . . . pet peeves- 
English books . . . dislikes snow . . . favorite people: Peter Frampton . . . 
plans for college. 






Track 1, 2, 3; Lacrosse 2, 3. 



James Dolan 
18 Alpena Avenue 

"Sincerity is the way to heaven." 

Jim . . . very tall . . . pet peeves: slow drivers, accidents, getting up early, 
lawn mowers. . . enjoys working on cars . . . likes cruisin' and fast cars 
. , . dislikes snobby people and getting referrals. . . "You turkey I" . . . 
"We're out o' here" . . . favorite people: DM., Pam, Charlie and others 
. . . found at flt I Arco . . . fast driver . . . Blue Hills. 



Donna Doyle 

10 Birch Street 

"I feel the greatest reward for doing is the opportunity to do more." 

Donna . . . likes swimming, horseback riding, cooking, biking, icecream, 
kids, beaches, faithful friends. Mom Clement and Dad Case, class of 
1976. . . found with - MD., in Canada, on the football field, typing, 
with Mom . . . peeves include skinny people, snobs, early mornings, noisy 
cars . . . dislikes Calculus, doing nothing, muddy football fields, last 
minute cop-outers . . . medical profession. 

Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Girl's Glee Club 1, 2; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Senior 
Class Play; Drill Team 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Track 2; Sacred Cheese 3. 
4; No Parentheses 4, Folk Club 2, 3; Prom-Committee 3; Health Careers 
Club 3, 4; French Club 3; Future Nurses 3. 




1976 




Margaret Dresens 
287 Alder Road 

"And in the sweetness of friendship let there be laughter and sharing of 
pleasures." 

Peggy . . . always talking . . . making no sense . . . ultrabrite smile. . . 
always happy . . . pet peeves: bugs . . . rising early . . . homework . . . no 
gas . . . likes going to the beach, shopping, popcorn . . . chewing gum . . . 
dislikes gambling. . . pinball machines. . . "Oh my God!!" . . . found 
with Jack, and friends . . . college. 

Senior Class Play; Drill team 1 ; Yearbook Staff; Senior Hockey game. 



Rebecca Dunker 

91 Phillips Brooks Road 

"I don't know where I'm going, but I'm on my way." 

Becky . . . flannels. . . shoes untied. . . always tied . . . likes partying, 
math, being alone... J.K., M.M., M.T., M.J.M., B.A. . . . Skiing... 
camping . . . dislikes wearing dresses and pocketbooks . . . found in the 
nurse's office or Mister Donut's. 

Chorus 1 . 2; Pep club 1,2,3,4; Green Years staff 4. 




Mark Duzan 
159 Greenhill Road 



"I don't know!" 



Mark . . . Red Rapist. . . one-hander . . . likes cruisin' in the Gran Toma- 
to and C.B. radios. . . "Mint". . . "Huh?". . . found with Sherman and 
getting in car accidents with D.M.... employment. 

Audiovisual Club 2, 3, 4. 



John Easland 

323 Pond Street 

"Happy am I, from cares I'm free, why aren't they all content like me?" 

Ben... basketball, TV., telling jokes... "Change the channel." .. . 
dislikes homework and The Hawk . . . found with Nek, Den, Hubby . . . 
college bound. 



Stephen Edson 

165 Stanford Dr. 

"Man's noblest gift is his sincerity, for it embraces his integrity." 

Steve. . . pet peeves: slow drivers, boring nights. . . enjoys hockey and 
cars . . . likes Cahoons, good parties, good jokes . . . "Why do I bother?" 
. . . "How do you figure?" . . . found on the road or at work . . . East 
Coast Aero Tech. 




James Fabiano 

43 St. Denis Drive 



"Youth is all sports." 



Fab. . . pet peeve: needles . . . favorite activity is following fire engines 
. . . likes all types of sports . . . dislikes getting up for school . . . favorite 
people: family, Jeanne, H.A.D.C, and you!! . . . found at Monroe's, on 
the baseball field, in the fire station . . . "Thanks to Father D. and 
coaches" . . . college . . . baseball in the future. 

Student Council 3; President 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Captain 4; Football 1; 
Track 2, 3; Captain 4; Soccer 2, 3; Captain 4. 









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Laurie Anne Fafara 
450 Canton Street 

"A friendly manner is more valuable than gold " 

"Really!" . . . enjoys skiing, swimming, biking and walking on the beach 
. . . pet peeves: snobs, pencil borrowers, phoneys and smoke . . . "Fresh- 
men??" ., . "Oh, Well"... found with M.H., Mrs. Clement, Health 
Careers Club. . . people. . . great memories of August '75 . . . college 
bound— future in nursing. 

Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls' Glee Club 2,3, 4; Pep Club 3; Yearbook Staff; Ski 
Team 1 ; Ski Team Manager 1 ; Health Careers Club 3, 4. 



Douglas Falls 
22 Beechnut Road 



W.H.S. 



"Good nature brings many friends." 



Doug . . . "Peg it!" . . . likes 
peeves: E block accounting . . 
J.C. . . . found at Friendly' s . 
Gordon College. 

Baseball 1, 2, 3,4. 



the sox, Chinese food, baseball . . . pet 
favorite people: Young life kids, G.L., 
. red hair, freckles. . . plans to attend 



Cynthia Ferraro 

5 Hawktree Drive 

"Live, love, laugh, and be happy." 

Cindy. . . Senorita Paquita . . . flirt. . . carefree and always laughing. . . 
likes getting rowdie, good parties, the Cape, Oak Crest Inn and Freebird. 
pet peeves: harassment, being carded, getting lost. . . dislikes getting 
mugged with Glo . . . "Decent," "What a killer," "ARREEBA," . . . 
diving, skiing. . . Favorite people: M.R.; Rhonda; Judy: and the gang; 
PL. A. members and P. I.C. . . . Found at B.C., cruisin with McCill, out of 
town . . . college in Pittsburgh. 

Senior Play, Senior Hockey Game; cheerleader 1; Pep Club 2, 3; Girls 
Gymnastics 1 , 2; Girls Swim Team 1 , 2, 3, 4; Manager of Diving Team 3, 
4. 



Michael Ferzoco 
257 Alder Road 

"Mischief comes by the pound and goes away by the ounce." 

Mike. . . Fuzz. . . pet peeves: waiting, dick weed, rednecks, bird man, 
"D", cliques, holding out. . . likes The Who, Holiday Inn, Popeye . . . 
dislikes getting caught, "Hey!" . . . "Care!" . . . "Might be." . . . "Pin it!" 
favorite people are Claybo, Westerics. Dr. Howard, Bebo, and others . . . 
found at swampataug, parties, Sandy Valley Road . . . college. 




Hockey 1, 2; Lacrosse 2, 3; Journalism 4. 



Ewald Filler 
163 Briar Lane 

"Love comes to you and you'll follow." 

Ewald. . . enjoys bike-riding, flying, canoeing, traveling, photography, 
and music . . . likes helicopters and parties . . . dislikes not understanding 
things. . . "funky chicken, funky weasel" . . . "How's your love life" . . . 
found with Pearly, Moonkie, Man, Martine and all his friends . . . Found 
in a Jeep, at Perkins or Bill's, at the movies, Boston or Harvard Square 
. . . Tall and thin with a German accent . . . plans to be a sociologist. 

Exchange Student 4; Football 4; Photography Club 4. 



Jonathan Finn 

140 Burgess Avenue 

"The world is full of cheap thrills. It is up to us to sort the good ones 
from the bad." 

Jon . . . cruisin', "Cheap Thrills" . . . pet peeves include snobs and broken 
E strings . . . likes the Doobie Bros., Jeff Beck . . . dislikes the Bay City 
Rollers . . . "Of buddy, of pal, long-life friend" . . . favorite people 
include daughters and II... found any where but Westwood . . . Berk- 
lee. 

Dance Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 1, 2, 3,4; 
Orchestra 1, 2, 3,4; Chorus 3, 4; Sacred Cheese 3; District Orchestra 1, 2, 
3,4. 



Ferny Flaman 
29 Church Street 

"You're young, but you'll get over it." 

Ferny. . . found floating with the Brothers. . . partying . . . able to go 
through fences at a single bound. ■ ■ pet peeves: Old Silver, white Toyo 
tas . . . favorite people are his brothers, Bonnie . . . hates getting up for 
school . . . college bound. 

Hockey 1, 3. 





Carol Flynn 

40 Hooper Street 



"I get up, I get down." 



1976 





Carol... Cubbo . . . cheerful, petite... likes squirrel island. Chinese 
feasts, daydreaming .. . "I'm psyched!" ... pet peeves: people who 
dislike phony people, the girls' room gang. . . enjoys biking, dancing. . . 
that laugh, uninhibited . . . college. 

Band 1, 2, 3; Concert Band 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Senior Play, Pit 
Orchestra 2, Volleyball Co-capt. 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2; 
Yearbook Staff 4; Swim Team 1, 2, 3; Gymnastics 3; Photography Club 
4; Marching Band 1, 2, 3. 



Isabel Flynn 
49 Marshall Street 

"You know how I feel, you listen to how I think, you understand, you're 
my friend." 

Isabel. . . Is . . . pet peeves: nosy people, snobs. . . favorite activities: 
swimming, kickball, crocheting and knitting... likes to go on trips, 
shopping, movies, listening to the radio ... "A good friend never lets you 
down."... "Right on."... favorite people: family, close friends... 
found at home, helping out at summer camp. . . blue eyes. . . brown 
hair . . . college. 



Dennis Foley 

387 Washington Street 

"Let each man follow his own course." 

Den . . . likes driving, betting, winning . . . "There's just no way" . . . 
hates running out of gas . . ■ found where there's a buck to be made or 
lost . . . with Dick, Ben, Hep, Keano . . . flannel shirts and sneakers . . . 
wants to be an auto salesman. 



Marjorie Ford 
491 Everett Street 

"Music I heard with you was more than music, and bread I broke with 
you was more than bread." 

Marjorie . . . career in fashion retailing, U. Mass. pet peeves: homeroom, 
snow, dullness . . . Favorite activities . . . parties, playing guitar, sewing, 
tennis, interesting discussions . . . likes: interesting people, music, found 
at Mammoth Mart, green eyes, blond hair. 

Sacred Cheese 2, 3; National Honor Society 4; Harlequin 1 ; French Club 
1, 2; Yearbook Staff. 



Martha Fox 
488 Pond Street 

"Mischief sparkles in her eyes, and her laughter never dies." 

Mart. . . Foxy . . . pet peeves: sneezing in class, crushed lifesavers, trans- 
lating Spanish books, physics. . . enjoys skiing, tennis, Softball . . . tikes 
red Porsches, gum, L.A., hot dogging movies, pups... dislikes band 
practice, homework, irritating people, running laps . . . "Give me a 
break. "... "You lie like a rug. "... Chuck, Scrooge, Mid, M, B, D, P, 
Gin De, Mr. S. . . . "What a piece of garbage." . . . found in yellow bug, at 
Mac's, on any field. . . "What a stiff." . . . E-6, E-8 . . . with CS. press 
. . . BL OND hair . . . college . . . to be famous. 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Play; Musical Orchestra 
3; Softball 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 1;Swim 
Team 1; Powder Puff 2; Yearbook Staff. 






Mark Fuller 

466 Summer Street 

"Whosoever would be a man must be a nonconformist." 

Mark... guitar playing, karate fighting, soccer... likes girls, food, 
money and sports. . . "Mother," "Toots," "Bogus" . . . dislikes mean 
people . . . Pet peeves: snotty girls, smelly bathrooms and artificial foods. 
Favorite people: everyone . . . found at Needham Friendly 's . . . laughing 
. . . bouncy walk . . . whistling at chicks. Hopes to become a good 
guitarist . . . college. 



Virginia Fuller 

27 Poplar Street 

"Absence makes the heart grow fonder." 

Ginny . . . with Michael . . . "456733" . . . likes long rides, Friday night 
with the kids, beaches, days off . . . found flying through the clouds in a 
Bumble Bee, at HoJo's . . . favorite people are Michael, Tommy, "the 
kids", Harry and Margaret . . . "Yeeka Yeeka" . . . "27" . . . plans include 
college. 

Health Careers Club 3; Travel Course 4; Yearbook Staff. 








Coleman Geary 
20 York Way 

"He is clever and capable, wise and dependable." 

Cole... pet peeves: "67" trucks with "68" motors, Mickey Mouse 
service stations. . . favorite activities: All types of automotive works, 
shootin' the bull. . . likes: off-road driving. . . dislikes: steep hills. . . 
"Oh really". . . favorite people are just about everyone. . . found: at 
egg's Auto Body or on route to the part's store . . . tall, friendly, 
open-minded. 



Mark Gelotte 
367 Oak Street 

"In quietness and confidence shall be your strength." 

Mark, Pits . . . track, drama, tennis, softball, hockey, sailing . . . likes 
baggy clothes and mat fights . . . dislikes Ebb Tide . . . found in the 
Rabbit and yawning . . . "Just shows to go ya" . . . "You winner!" . . . 
"Excuse me." . . . "Okey dokey!" . . . favorite people . . . bicycle repair- 
men . . . pet peeves: librarians and lunchladies . . . has a quiet unassuming 
look but tends to go wild on weekends . . . Syracuse. 

Senioi Play 4; Oklahoma 4; Spring Track 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 4; 
Harlequin 4; Winter Track 3, 4; Cross Country 1, 2, 3; Captain 4; Swim 
Team 1 ; Gymnastics Club 2. 



Charles Gerlach 
303 Grove Street 

"A true friend is always a friend." 

Chuck . . . pet peeves: Monday . . . favorite activities: golf, baseball, 
sports. . . likes traveling, "drum corps" . . . "Yah!" . . . "You're right." 
. . . "Care. "... favorite people: S.P., SO., KB. . . . found in the Media 
Center or music room . . . smiling and friendly . . . Blue Hills. 

Band 4; Golf Team 2. 3. 



Tracy Gillis 

52 Clearwater Drive 

"Some think the world is made for fun and frolic." 

Tracey . . . pet peeves: dishonesty, people who snap their gum, forgetting 
things . . . enjoys skiing, black coffee, weekends and Mercedes . . . 
"What?" . . . favorite people: MM., DC, SO. . . . found at Fnendly's, 
BC or on stage at Xaverian . . . absent minded, easy going . . . college. 

Ski team 1,2; Pep Club 1; A.F.S Club 2. 



Michael Gilroy 

23 Loring Street 

"Here mischief and humor dwell together." 

Mike . . . likes hockey and cruising . . . Mason, the Who, water skiing, pay 
day, partying, munching out . . . dislikes homeroom, school lunches . . . 
jocks. . . "I saw nothin'" . . . Where's Ricketts?" . . . favorite people: 
Cluch, Joe, Sark, John, China, Leo.. . found at the center, Whylo's, 
Bergson's for breakfast, N.H. . . . plans to enter the Air Force. 

Hockey 3. 



Edward Glover 
165 Nahatan Street 

"The world is ours; we have only to take it." 

Eddie . . . likes working on cars and good parties . . . "Gimme a break. " 
. . . dislikes T. Birds, school, and Triple A . . . pet peeve is getting up in 
the morning . . . favorite people: Sav and friends . . . found in ditches in a 
green Grand Prix . . . anywhere he wants to be . . . blonde and blue 
eyes. . . "Never put off 'til tomorrow what you can do the next day." 



David Goddard 

56 Farm Lane 

"Do not dwell on the past for it cannot be undone; do not worry about 
the future for it has not yet arrived; just relax, enjoy, and make the most 
of the present." 

Dave. . . likes dirt riding, weekends, skiing, all night parties, and certain 
girls . . . dislikes working on foreign cars, speed traps and Falmouth . . . 
favorite people: Maureen. Rick, Bish and Pam . . . found driving a green 
MG . , . can be gullible at times . . . good-looking . . . SMU. 

Crosscountry 1; Winter Track 1, 2; Ski Team I,?; Soccer 2. 



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1976 






Janet Gomes 
22A Strafford Place 

"With virtue and quietness one may conquer the world." 

Janet . . . pet peeves: being late . . . likes swimming, skating, taking walks 
. . . dislikes: getting up early ... "/ don't know!" . . . "That's neat!" . . . 
favorite people: Russ, R.A., I.F. . . . found at home, Russ' house . . . 
short, brown hair, brown eyes, quiet. . . plans to work in a business 
office. 

Business Club 4. 



Debbie Goodale 
335 Oak Street 

"A flood of laughter in her eyes." 

Debbie . . . pet peeves: mousy, savages, no gas, snapping gum . . . favorite 
activities: skiing, horseback riding, tennis, swimming . . . likes being with 
T.G., beaches, planes, 12:00 mas . . . dislikes: Roche Bros., math class . . . 
"You wouldn't believe." . . . "Oh my God." found at Touraine's, Friend- 
ly's, B.C. . . . Crazy . . . always laughing, flooding dorms. . . Does every- 
thing tomorrow. 

Senior Class Play; A.F.S. Club 2; Pep Club 2; Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Yearbook staff. 



Todd Goodrich 

67 Fisher Street 

"Along his quiet way he calmly goes." 

Todd . . . pet peeves: creatures, phonies. . . likes late nights, concerts, 
parties . . . dislikes waking up early, being last . . . found at Dimp's, 
Pheasant Hill Lounge . . . favorite people: Carol and "those boys" . . . 
New Years' Eve Massacre . . . quiet . . . Wentworth. 



David Greenwood 

101 Magnolia Drive 

"Athletics his hobby, good nature his guide." 

Greenie, Goat, Nest . . . likes making runs, weekends, Allman Bros. . . . 
"The Pump" . . . "Shillings" . . . Mil, Lumpy, Whitey . . . found at prac- 
tice, Robie's, or Whitey 's . . . mustache, sideburns . . . dislikes ABC, last 
period classes, Ray's and physics. 

Cross Country Track 1, 2; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Winter Track 1 , 2, 3.4. 



Joyce Gresl 

39 Locust Drive 

"It's a friendly heart that has plenty of friends." 

Juice . . . pet peeves: having lunch vandalized . . . favorite activities: soft- 
ball, tennis, biking, skiing . . . likes Bisquit, juicy gossip, good jokes, 
laughing, sports, plants . . . dislikes being harassed, walking home, snobby 
people, warts. . . "Give me a break!" . . . "What a disgrace!" . . . "My 
coif!". . . favorite people: C.S., M.F., B.G., and others . . . found on the 
field . . . E-7, E-1 . . . good sense of humor . . . college. 

Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Play; National Honor Society 4; Field Hockey 
3; Volleyball 4; French club 1 . 



Mary Ellen Griffin 

37 St. Denis Drive 

"Perfection has no limits." 

Mary Ellen . . . sewing, swimming, skiing . . . piano . . . pet peeves: 
phonies, working at Brockies . . . likes chocolate, basketball, cruisin' . . . 
dislikes the undetermined future. . . Red . . . Crack! . . . Take your beat- 
ing! . . . Get it? . . . Oh dear . . . found on the football field at half time 
. . . fun to be with . . . a/ways laughing . . . SMU. 

Senior play 4; color guard 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff; 
Alteration Shop 4; French Club 1 , 2; Senior Hockey Game 



Susan Griffin 
60 Lorraine Road 

"A true friend is the best possession." 

Sue . . . pet peeves: H block on Friday, staying home, and people who 
don't listen. . . enjoys swimming, basketball, long walks, bikes, and 
laughing fits . . . likes meeting new people, Bermuda, concerts, Saturday 
night. . . dislikes flirts, rain, Westwood, and greasy food . . . "Wow," 
"What a killer. "... Favorite people . . . Mike, J.G.; M.H.; K.S.; friendly 
people . . . Found at Lechies, Dedham, sneaking around with Sis and 
partying . . . green eyes . . . party in the summer of '76 and college. 

Chorus 1; Cheerleader 1; Senior Hockey Game; Pep Club 1 , 2, 3, 4. 











Brenda Griffiths 
180 Burgess Avenue 

"Hold fast to dreams, for if dreams die, life is a broken winged bird." 

Brenda . . . Bren . . . likes kittens, Aerosmith, beaches, chocolate chip ice 
cream, lasagna, Camaro's . . pet peeves: being bored, slow drivers . . . 
dislikes math, getting up early, shorthand . . . "Um" . . . favorite activi- 
ties: skiing, attending football and hockey games, concerts. . . "I don't 
know." . . . M, M, D. C, L, P, J . . . found on the football field at 
half-time, at Mac's with M.W. . . . brown hair . . . brown eyes . . . airlines. 

Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Play; Drill Team 2, 3, 4; French Club 1; 
Oklahoma; Softball Manager 4; Yearbook Staff. 



Jasmine Guerrero 

15 Pettigrew Place 

"Never bend your head. Always hold it high. Look the world straight in 
the face." 

Jasmine . . . yoga, piano, swimming, reading . . . likes cats, sunny days, 
full moon nights, staying up late . . . dislikes staying inside, large crowds 
. . . found in the Media Center . . . quiet, shy, long black hair, beautiful 
clothes, vegetarian . . . college and travel. 



Richard Haley 
1284 High Street 

"Wisdom is knowing when you can't be wise." 

Dick . . . found at the track . . . bowling alley . ■ . betting. Pet peeves: 
losing. . . Likes Chape, Hep, Den, Keano . . . college bound. 

Baseball 1; Soccer 2. 



Pamela Hanberry 
1516 High Street 

"Friendship found in the heart is the best there is." 

Pam . . . tall blond with freckles . . . likes fast cars, blonds, R.S., football 
games, long telephone conversations, pizza . . . dislikes chocolate ice 
cream, working at 7:30, bloody things, and boring weekends . . . enjoys 
skiing, sleeping late, having a good time with special friends, going to 
good concerts . . . pet peeves include people who talk to their dogs . . . 
the Wolverine . . . plans to attend Stonehill College. 

Pep Club 1,2,3; No Parentheses 4; Wolverine 4. 



Maura Hartley 
77 Lorraine Road 

"What is life without a little fun." 

Maura . . . pep peeves: slugs and curfews . . . enjoys swimming, skiing, 
and skating . . . likes Siamese cats, chicken clubs (3 decker), Caps, lob- 
sters, turtlenecks, monkeys-Apes, Tans, BooBoo . . . dislikes June bugs 
. . . "Tell me" . . . Donna, J. MB., Sue, Griff, Monahan and Company . . . 
found at 829 Beacon Street, down the Cape or on the slopes . brown 
eyes . . . college. 

Pep club 1 , 2, 3, 4; Sacred Cheese 3; Harlequin 3, 4; Senior Hockey game. 
Swim team 1. 



Sandra Hanlon 

30 Beacon Street 

"What lies before and what lies behind are tiny matters when compared 
to what lies within." 

Sandy . . . pretty blue eyes . . . lot's of school spirit . . . likes music, 
quotes, lockers. Cape Cod, advisors, Devil Dogs, N.H., cheerleading, 
rasberry turnovers, sports, Drill team . . . "Help!" . . . "You're mean!" 
. . . favorite people: Young Life kids, SB., D.H., M.H., and others . . . 
pet peeves: freshmen. Driver Ed . . . "Hi, snob!" . . . "Really?" . . . favor- 
ite activity is talking. . . found at Young Life, with Sue, on the phone, or 
at a practice . . . college. 

Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee club 1, 2. Secretary 3, 4; Drill team 2, 3, 4; 
Hockey cheerleader 2, captain 3, 4; Pep club 1 , 2, 3, 4; Drama club 1 , 2, 
3; Yearbook staff. 



Timothy Hanlon 
42 Pond Plain Road 

"No one can feel as helpless as the owner of a sick goldfish." 

Tim . . . "What's up?" . . . likes Chinese food, weekends, lacrosse, stereo 
. . . Monty Python, concerts . . . found at Tahiti, D.I. . . . dislikes alarm 
clocks. Mondays. . . favorite people: John Lennon, Chevy Chase, Twits 
. . . SPL UNGE . . . plans to live in the woods or college. 

Football 1 ; Lacrosse 2, 3. 



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1976 






Walter Harris, Jr. 
857 Gay Street 

"The world is just a puzzle, and I am just a piece." 

Mr. Weed... "Wins!" . . . likes Firebirds, Crandtoils, parties, V.S.Y., 
Cahouns Beach, The Who, punching girls, Mr. Bonn . . . Dave, Den, 
Lumpy, Peter and those boys. . . pet peeves: Officer Hill, Harry, tele- 
phone pole, Chelsea fire . . . "What!" . . . hobbies: hockey, basketball . . . 
"Look out!" . . . found at Rices, Mobil, Bricks . . ■ "Pin it!" . . . dislikes 
toilet women, Westwood nights . . . diamond ring, heels, leather jacket 
. . . college bound. 

Band 1 , 2; Senior Play; Kiss Me Kate 3. 



Barbara Haughn 

55 Salisbury Drive 

"We only have today; for tomorrow isn't here yet, and yesterday is 
already gone." 

Good sense of humor, likes people, considerate, obstinate . . . "Give me a 
break" . . . likes Spanish coffee, D.P., Italian Food . . . Mr. Measurements, 
Space. . . dislikes organized people . . . "Legs". . . found in short skirts, 
at Lynn's. . . dancing, parties . . . "Looking good!" . . . pet peeves: 
snobs, staying home, getting up Monday mornings . . Future plans: 
secretarial school and work. 

Activities: Glee Club 1 , 2; Chorus 1 , 2; Gymnastics 1 ; Senior Class Play 4; 
Oklahoma! 4; Business Club 4; Yearbook Staff. 



Wendy Hayes 
152 Lake Shore Drive 

"Life is a great bundle of little things; time wasted is existence— used is 
life." 

Wendy . . . sewing, skiing, bike riding, racing . . . pet peeves: "Hooks", "T 
& T", lodge fridge, people who are always late, "Old Gang" . . . plat- 
forms. . ■ Beach Boys. . . "Wouldn't It Be Nice" . . . dislikes bucket seats 
. . . "Crack!" . . . "Give me a break!" . . .Gordon-IFIash G), J.S., G.T., 
R.M., B.C., B.D., M.G. . . . found at 59 Chamberlain Ave., the Lodge, in 
Bessie Buick or '69 Mustang . . . Dental Assistant. 

A.F.S. 1, 2, 3; Drama Club 1; Yearbook Staff; Alteration Shop 4; Bake 
Shop 4; Senior Hockey Game. 



Debra Hayward 

59 Magnolia Drive 

"She sings a solitary song that whistles in the wind." 

Deb . . . enjoys poetry and art . . . pet peeves: empty gas tanks, motor- 
heads . . . dislikes phoney people . . . likes Joni Mitchell, new faces, 
rapping with people. Yes . . . "That's insane!". . . "Easy Street." . . . 
favorite people B.S., S.B., J.B., C.J. . . . found at Mammoth Mart, music 
or art room . . . quiet . . . work, travel, then college. 



Martha Henry 
509 High Street 

"Mischief sparkles in her eyes, and her laughter never dies." 

Martha . . . scuba, swimming, singing, guitar, acting, dancing . . . pet 
peeves: being ticklish, fat... likes standing in the rain, D.Q., plays, 
seagulls, sunsets, eating Dunkin Donuts . . . "You turkey!". . . "mmm" 
. . . favorite people: Z, N.M., L.W. . . . found at High Street Market, Papa 
Gino's . . . The Mic Kid . . . blonde hair . . . blue eyes . . . pretty . . . 
college . . . physical therapy. 

Activities: Chorus 1, 4; Glee Club 1, 4; Double Quartet 4; Senior Class 
Play; National Honor Society 3, 4; Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; International 
Thespian Society 3, 4. 



James Hepburn 

53 Brook Street 

Hep . . . found at Norwood Bowling Alley . . . likes making the six, 
pizza . . . dislikes school lunches and getting up . . . pet peeve: : dog 
racing. . . favorite activities: golf, bowling, hockey, hustling darts . . . 
college. 

Golf 3, 4; Tennis 1 , 2; Swimming 1 . 



Susan Heywood 

1007 High Street 

"I like making Steve happy, it makes me happy." 

Sue. . . Pet peeves: war, people who enjoy hunting others. . . Favorite 
Activities: Steve... likes... Steve, R.I., partying, music, "Ya 
Know" . . . found in R. I., flannel shirts, corduroy pants, blue eyes, dirty 
blonde hair. 

Activities: Band 1 , 2; Concert Band 1 , 2. 











Marilyn Hill 
237 Alder Road 

"Love the beautiful, seek out the true, wish for the good, and the best 
do." 

Marilyn . . . friendly . ■ ■ likes football games. Ocean Park, drill team, 
maple walnut ice cream, H.A.D.C. . . . "Hello" . . . "Don't you guys." . . . 
favorite people: C.H., R.W., D&D . . . "Okay, Thank you." . . . favorite 
activities: skiing, bike riding, going to sports events . . . dislikes freshmen 
with no respect and boring weekends . . . pet peeves: getting into cold 
cars . . . getting punched out . . . found on the field with drill team, or 
around town with Deanie . . . College bound. 

Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Class Play; Drill Team 2, 
Co-captain 3, Captain 4; Hockey Cheerleader 4; Track 2; Sacred Cheese 
2; Yearbook Staff; Madrigals 4; French Club 1 . 



Bradley Hoffman 
142 Birch Tree Drive 

"Where there is an open mind, there will always be a frontier," 

Hoff . . . likes hockey, jogging, beaching, wollies, teaching K to drive, 
Bockport, heavy raps, Fleetwood Mac . . . found with K, Deacs, Helen, 
Smoochie, etc . . . seen at K's, on the phone, in the conference room, at 
Star... fog area... peeves include snobs, attempted roughnecks, 
cruisin' strillies . . . "Ya, okay" . . . "Care" . . . Bucknell, business. 

Football 1, 2; Lacrosse 2, 3; Senior Class Play. 



Ileen Hookailo 

148 Alder Road 

"Beauty as we feel it is something indescribable: What it is or what it 
means can never be said." 

Ileen . . . Having parties, swimming, working with children . . . found 
with a tall person, Westwood, N.H. . . . pet peeves . . . gym . . . short, 
always in a partying mood . . . "Rap! Rap! Rap!" . . . Likes children, 
friends, Midevil Manor, partying at Joy's . . . Bunny Rabbit, Giants, 
Lucifer, Perlykins, Cathy, Bone. . . dislikes being harassed. . . future 
plans. . . Wheelock or Bentley. 

Activities: Chorus 1 ; Senior Class Play; Glee Club 1 ; Pep Club 1 . 



Clifford Howard 

71 Mayfair Drive 

"Say what you think, and act as you feel." 

Evans. . . "Hey, Buddy." .. . green Mustang . . . Howard's Hardware . . . 
Scott's garage . . . lunch at Mac's . . . Eagle Scout. . . H.A.D.C. . . . likes 
go out with the gang. . . harassing Candy . . . dislikes teachers getting 
names wrong . . . painting cars . . . future plans engineering. 

Cross country 1, 2, 3, 4; Winter track manager 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring track 
manager 1 , 2, 3; Senior play; Yearbook staff; Ski team 1, Lacrosse 2,3. 



Richard Howe 
52 Gloucester Road 

"I don't know where I'm going, but I'm on my way." 

Rickets. . . Floater. . . likes partying, morning breakfast breaks. . . fa- 
vorite activities: floating, weekends at Ferny's . . . found in red Challen- 
ger, Saigon or Medfield . . . pet peeves: Old Silver Beach, rocks, snow 
banks . . . "Go easy!" . . . "Don't worry about it." . . . favorite people: 
his brothers, Sandy . . . always floats . . . whipped . . . future: school. 

Football 1; Track 1. 

Cheryl Howland 
22 Church Street 

"Music is well said to be the speech of angels." 

Cheryl . . . blonde, a/ways smiling . . . likes New Hampshire sometimes, 
cast parties, ketchup . . . pet peeves: getting up early, typing . . . favorite 
people: M.H., D&D. Pits, H.M., Peach, HADC members. . . "Come on 
you guys!" . . . "Oh, give me a break!" . . . "Much?" . . . "the best" . . . 
dislikes: waitressing and dishonesty . . . favorite activities: skiing, tennis, 
waterskiing . . . found around town . . . college, a career in music. 

Concert Band 4; Orchestra 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Accompanist 4; Glee Club 
1; Accompanist 2, 3, 4; Oklahoma Accompanist 4; Double Quartet 
Accompanist 4; Senior Play; District Chorus 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Madrigals 2, 3, 4; Ragtime Ensemble 2, 3,4; French Club 1 



Cheryl Hubbard 
22 Conant Road 

"I make the best of all that comes." 

Cheryl . . . pet peeves: cheap people, people who are late, being called 
twirp, flirts, and phonies . . . likes skiing, dancing, sleeping and having a 
good time . . . "What a Killer. "... favorite people: Paul and Friends . . . 
"Lady and Zike: . . . found at Stephen's or at Walpole . . . college bound. 

Senior Hockey Game; Cheerleader 1 ; Business Club 4. 



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Jonathan Hubbard 
32 Farm Lane 

"My spirits, as in a dream, are all bound up." 

Hubs . . . golf, ping-pong . . . "It's denatured. " 
vorite people: Ben, Nek . , . quiet . , . friendly . . 

Astronomy club 1 , 2, 3, 4; Chess club 2, 3. 



. . likes to drive . 
college. 



Michael Hubbell 

51 Hawktree Drive 

"Your reach should always exceed your grasp." 

Mike . . . tall, quiet and sincere . . . pole vaulting . . . scuba diving . . . 
likes hiking, swimming, and camping . . . dislikes: Rich Feaunters . . . pet 
peeves: SAT'S! . . . "Quille Gaspillage?!!! . . . found with B.B. and J.K. 
. . . college. 

Track 1 , 2, 3, 4; Swim Team 1 ; Gymnastics 1,2; Astronomy Club 1 , 2, 3, 
4; National Honor Society 3, 4. 



Carla Huntington 
121 Country Lane 

"Listening to you, I get the music." 

Carla. . . Art, music, pinball . . . Likes E.L.P., Queen, Sabbath, English 
accents, sunsets, wiggling her nose . . . found with Hooks, Dad, Perlykins, 
and other assorted weirdos, David . . . tinted glasses, dimples . . . pet 
peeves: getting Weaver, gym, foggy glasses. . . "How excellent!" . . . with 
Dave, under headphones, anywhere you least expect. . . "Rap! Rap! 
Rap!"... dislikes insincere people, sneakers and cows... Burden, 
Tommy's Holiday Camp. 

Band 1, 2; Concert band 1, 2; Orchestra 1; Pep club 3. 



Madeleine Ingraham 
205 Conant Road 

"Wisdom is a Fountain of Life to Him who has it." 

Becky . . . pet peeves: busy signals, packing and unpacking, writing let- 
ters . . . favorite activities: tennis, skiing, field hockey, reading Time, 
teasing tigger . . likes: BLT's, the aztec two step, old movies, outdoors, 
tots of time. . . dislikes: procrastination, four hours of sleep, nagging. . . 
found: with the fantastic four, in Sakonnet, up north . . . favorite people: 
Lou. Coop, Rosa, and others. . . "onward and upward" . . . "oh, sorry!" 
. ■ ■ "sure" . . . gray occasionally blue eyes . . . shmeck . . . college 

Chorus 1, 2; Senior Play 4; Musical 1, 2; Drama Club 1, 2, 4; Yearbook 
Staff; No Parentheses 4; Field Hockey 1, 2,3,4; Ski Team 1, 2; Tennis 1, 
2,3,4. 



Paul Irving 

21 Dover Road 

"Don't seek your friends with hours to kill; seek them with hours to 
live." 

In... plans to live and laugh. . . jogging through Hale Reservation 
during a snowstorm . . . deep thought. . . solitude . . . reading Kahlil 
Gibran . . . music . . . dislikes . . . arrogant people, green monsters, racism, 
war and violence . . . Hoff, Helen, Bri, Deacs, Digs, etc . . . Three Stooges 
. . . idealistic and yet very realistic . . . looking in the wind . . . college. 

Football 1 , 2, 3, 4; Lacrosse Team 2, 3. 



John Jessoe 

18 Wentworth Street 

"I live always for the high points of life," 

John . . . likes having a good time, driving, tennis, golf and cards . 
dislikes slow walkers in the halls ... "Chasbeau" . . . "Excellent", 
enjoys the P.L.A. . . . college bound. 



Dianne Johnson 

30 Gay Street 

"Love is an act of endless forgiveness, a tender look which becomes a 
habit." 

Dianne . . . likes ceramics, horseback riding, getting rowdy, swimming, 
tanning, summertime, weekends . . . "No Way" . . . "creep" . . . "What's 
the matter". . . found with C.S., the girls, and crusing with the PLA 
members . . . loves the cape, escaping, onion rings and pizza . . . dislikes 
car accidents, nailbiters, no money, snobs and forgetting things. . . Jr. 
college, health field. 

Senior Class Play; Pep Club 1, 2; Prom Committee 3; Senior hockey 
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Roy Johnson 
42 Smith Drive 

"A mind equal to any undertaking that he puts it alongside of." 

Roy, Leroy, Roy-boy or Dad . . . likes '62 Caddies, "Ug", 7+7, bowling 
nights, skiing... favorite people: Rosey, Thor and the Family, the 
HADC . . . #66 . . dislikes stereotypes, football practices, physics and 
getting lost . . . "Hewwo Jorgeous" ... "... much?" . . . "the cubes!" 
. . . found at the drive-in. Harts and Gunstock, N.H., eating with Rosey 
. . . teeth . . . always in an "easy," good mood . . . Dartmouth College. 

Band 1; Concert Band 1, 2, 3; Senior Play; Baseball 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 3, 
4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Yearbook Staff; Oklahoma. 



Tina Johnson 

40 Lynn Terrace 

"A woman's heart deviseth her way: but the Lord directeth her steps." 

"Coop" . . . likes jimmies on ice cream, skiing and field hockey, "Chinky 
food," VWs, and taking care of her plants . . . dislikes losing, slow 
parties, Biafran eyes, diets, and big feet... found in the Rosebug, 
cruising Medfield in a blue Firebird, chasing the wrong car . . . with Dad 
and all the kids, Paul, Rosey, Lou and Beck . . . MVB and Jack D. . . . pet 
peeve: the color pink . . . "I'm sorry!" . . . U-Mass . . . Looking forward 
to the future, but never forgetting the past! 

Chorus 1, 2; Student Council 1; Senior Class Play 4; Yearbook Staff; 
Field hockey 2, 3, 4; Swim team 1 ; Spanish Club 4; Prom Committee 3. 



Cindy Jones 

22 Willow Farm Road 

"There is no such thing as 'best' in a world of individuals." 

Cindy . . . red hair . . . Barry . . . pet peeves: English, pushy people . . . 
likes new people and old friends . . . partying . . . sewing ... tea with 
Sue . . . Steve . . . S.L., A.S., D.H.... the gang. . . found around with 
friends . . . college. 



Thomas Joyce 

64 Sexton Avenue 

"The fun of the world is what we can least afford to miss." 

T.J. . . . "Sure Pal!" . . . favorite activities: hockey, basketball, tennis . . . 
pet peeves: creatures, "discotiols" . . likes: parties, Cahoon, sports Who, 
Allmans . . dislikes: attempters, dud weekends, trashy areas... 
B.T.T.H. . . . "I'll Remember This" . . . favorite people: Todd, Dimpa, 
Dave, Cardo, Jos. . . "Whaaaat's this" . . . found: Dimpos . . . college. 

Hockey 1,2,4; Tennis 1 , 2, 3, 4. 



Karen Kaligian 

718 Gay Street 

"We do not remember days, we remember moments." 

Karen . . . likes beaching, scuba diving, learning to drive the bird, travel- 
ing, people, listening, little kids, long phone calls. . . "Cute" . . . found 
on the track, in the conference room, with friends . . . dislikes sloppy 
dates, phonies, maybes, forgetting things. . . B.B.. B.H., Smooch. Ding, 
etc . . . Wheaton College, child psychology. 

Gymnastics 1, 2, 3; Spring Track 1, 2. 3, Tri-Captam 4; Volleyball 4; 
Winter Track 4, Sacred Cheese 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Drama 
Club 4; Yearbook Staff. 



Patricia Kallenberg 
69 Gloucester Road 

"A companion that is cheerful is worth gold." 

Patsy . . . tall, thin, always shivering. . . likes twirling, having good times 
with her friends, and boys . . . dislikes snobs, and being in crowds . . . 
favorite people include T.K., D.M., LP., M.F. . . . plans for a career in 
psychology. 

Trick Twirler 1, 2, 3. 4; Pep Club 1. 2. 3,4; Chorus 1. 2, 3. 4; Glee Club 
1,2. 



Steven Karp 
51 Sycamore Drive 

"My smile must be sincere, or not at all." 

Karpo . . . gambling, flirting, golfing . . . "OK, Where's the Squeegie?" . . . 
"I'm not going to Florida with any •—"... found at The Gardens, 
Baystate Raceway, in the LeSabre . . . "Take me out to the ball- 
game.". . . pet peeves: being called Mitch . . . likes Mitch's jokes, edito- 
rials, sports. . . Mitch, Rick, Aurthur, Jim, and others . . . college. 

Golf team 1, 2, 3, 4; Chess club 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 4; Yearbook 
staff; Sacred Cheese 3, 4; Student-Faculty Forum 2. 3, 4; National Honor 
Society 3, 4. 



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Mitchell Katler 

81 Magnolia Drive 

"Mix'd reason with pleasure, and wisdom with mirth." 

Mitch . . . tall and thin with a WEIRD sense of humor . . . "When is your 
birthday?" ■ . . "You're immature" . . . "Ignorant!!" . . . likes justly flirt, 
squeegies, pizza and certs . . . found at the Gardens and the track . . . pet 
peeves: snobs, cheapies, shaving and spitting. . . Steve, Rick, Art, Jim, 
Bob, Ols, Bill, Mr. Case . . . dislikes HoJo's and English classes . . . college. 

Sacred Cheese 2; Editor 3, 4; Chess Club 1 , 2; Basketball 1 , 2; Pep Club 
2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff. 



Brian Keane 

887 Gay Street 

Brian . . . Keano . . . likes winning, remaining anonymous . . . dislikes 
filing forms and physic labs. . . found in the Media Center with Yurd, 
Chape and Hep . . . college. 

National Honor Society 3, 4. 



James Kearns 
1355 High Street 

"Friendship solves all mysteries." 

Jimbo . . . likes parties, Mitch's jokes, swimming, hockey, and pool . . . 
"Might!" . . . dislikes broken windows and Derries. . . favorite people: 
R.T., Quinzo, Markos, M.K., E.W.P. . . . found at the Rexall . . . in the 
Opel . . . "Give me a break!" . . . polite and skinny . . . college. 

Senior Play; Pep Club 3, 4; Swim Team 1 . 2, 3. 



Joseph Kearns 

1355 High Street 

"The deepest rivers flow with the least sound." 

Joe . . . plays hockey, pool and baseball . . . likes calculus, take home 
parties, straight quarts of Coke, and slush puppies . . . dislikes filling out 
applications, deadlines, and long papers. . . favorite people: D.B., B.B., 
Roy and Rose, M.H. . . . found at Star, P.W. and turning up at parties 
with a smile . . . pleasant and well-liked . . . college bound. 

National Honor Society 4; Math team 2, 3, 4; Astronomy Club 3, 4; 
Senior Class Play; Yearbook Staff. 



Cheryl Keating 

80 Alder Road 

"Happiness is not having everything you want, but wanting everything 
you have." 

Cheryl . . . Keats . . . likes "memories", Hull, beaches . . . Prom. . . Rob 
. . . having a good time . . . Michele, Lindz, Judy, Peg, and others. . . 
dislikes taking "no" for an answer and not having anything to do, taking 
beatings, curfews . . . found with Lindsay, Michele, Judy, and Linda . . . 
the gang . . . at Mark and Judy's house . . . skiing, partying, clubbing . . . 
at Bickford's on Sunday . . . "Oh, you guys." . . . "Let's do something." 
. . . "Hey, Itch." . . . distinctive laugh . . . dresses nice . . . good sense of 
humor . . . college. 

Senior Play; Pep club 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook staff. Senior Hockey game; 
Prom committee 3. 



Joy Keegan 

103 Brookfield Road 

"A thing you sincerely believe in, cannot be wrong." 

Joy . . . enjoys driveins . . . likes McDonalds . . . dislikes staying at home 
and homework . . . found with Larry or at McDonald's . . . petite . . . 
quiet . . . business school. 

Chorus 1 , 2, 3; Glee Club 1 , 2; Business Club 4. 



Nora Kelleher 

1 16 Westchester Drive 

"The moon was glass, the sun was brass." 

Nora. . . likes wandering, senators who can really sing and dance . . . 
"HA!" . . . favorite people: S & Z Glass, S. Corona, the Ice Brigade . . . 
found in St. Louis or mountain climbing in Westwood . . . college. 

Sacred Cheese 2, 3; No Parentheses 2, 3; AFS Club 4; Student-Steering 
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Theresa Kelley 

15 Dover Road 

"The only way to have a friend is to be one." 

Terri . . . freckles . . . distinctive laugh . . . talks with her hands . . . baton 
twirling. . . poetry . . . needlepoint . . . likes: music, little kids, dancing 
and saving money . . , dislikes: riding busses, being in crowds . . . pet 
peeves: being late, being SHORT! . . . favorite people: J.M., P.K., M.F., 
R.M , C.J. . . . plans to attend a junior college majoring in Retail Manage- 
ment. 

Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2,3. 4; Majorettes 1.2,4. 



Amy Kessler 

1568 High Street 

"If you've got something worth giving, give it all you've got." 

Amy. . . "spaceshot" . . . big houses. . . horseback riding, swimming . . . 
likes boys, parties, food, Boston . . . dislikes sweeping floors, lines. . . 
"When in Virginia do as the Virginians do." . . . M.T., Y.M., Poodle, 
Babe . . . found in the break room, on the phone, at a party, Buffalo . . . 
United States Navy. 



Greg Klint 

170 School Street 

"The great pleasure in life is doing what people say you cannot do." 

Klinto . . . quiet. . . likes Ma Riva's on Fridays, roastbeef . . . skiing. . . 
football, bball, baseball . . . Sue . . . found in Roslindale . . . GTO . . . so 
cute . . . college bound. 

Football 1, 2. 



Dirk Kraus 

111 Sycamore Drive 

"He makes business his pleasure and pleasure his business." 

Dirk . . . Krauso . . . warm smile . . . colt in hand . . ■ friendly . . . likes 
partying to the wee! . . . motorcycles and blonds. . . enjoys baseball, 
landscaping, . . . found at the market, wailing in the Wattso Wagon, 
Lewis's. . . dislikes two faced people, seeds, D.T.'s, dull weekends. . . 
"Buh!" . . . heavy fwacer . . . "Not nice." . . . favorite people: W.C., P.W., 
M.O., the animals, and "those boys" . . . college . . . president of P. LA. 

Baseball 1, 2, 4; Football 1; Sacred Cheese 2, 3; Basketball 1. 



Michael Kusmin 
37 Woodrldge Road 

"Ambition is the germ, from which all growth of nobleness proceeds." 

Mike . . . easygoing and friendly . . . spent Sr. year in Aguascalientes, 
Mexico . . . likes squash, tacos. and ginebra . . . dislikes being called 
Shorty, losing in tennis . . . cruising in the Brown Bomber . . . AS, M.K., 
S.K. . . . college. 

Band 1, 2, 3; Concert band 1, 2, 3, Dance band 2, 3, Student council 1, 
Treasurer 3; Boys State 3; Student Faculty Forum 1 , 2; Rotary Exchange 
Student 4. 



Brian LaCerda 

196 Alder Road 

"Why should the Devil have all the good times?" 

Brian . . . likes all-nighters . . . Brenda, Mil, Green, Joe . . . dislikes the 
chicken pox . . . found at Robo's . . . Ho-Jo's at 3 a.m. , . . pet peeves: 
Ray's College. 

Hockey 1, 2,3,4. 



Ronald LaJeunesse 
52 Woodridge Road 

"I've never been hurt by anything I didn't say." 



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Vincent Lambert 
46 Palamino Lane 

"I live always for the high points of life." 

"Lamby" . . . likes Cadillacs . . . "Descent" . . . Favorite Activities: party- 
ing, football . . . Pet peeves: P.T., "Flea Bag" . . . Favorite people: J.F. 
and HADC . . . Found at the Fruit Farm, on the gridiron or coaching 
Little League . . . Plans for future: U.R.F. 

Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4. 



M. Susan Langley 
71 Tamarack Road 

"We can't return we can only look behind from where we came, and go 
round and round and round in the circle game." 

Sue. . . constantly staring . . . dislikes winter, waking up . . . "Thank God 
it's Friday." . . . likes people's eyes, barefeet, mellow days. . . enjoys 
out-of-town parties, long talks. . . sincere individual. . . pet peeves: Al- 
gebra II, being caged, first name . . . likes people who really care . . . 
found on cloud 9, and on expeditions in the woods . . . plans to live. 



Robert Leon 

108 Birchtree Drive 

"I get by — with a little help from my friends." 

Bob, Sleek, Hendrix . . . likes The Dead, Hendrix, B-Battles, cruising, 
partying and listening to tunes . . . dislikes mailboxes and cruisers . . . pet 
peeves: Bergson's, blood, Dave's and walking . . . "Dream" . . . "Mickey 
Mouse" . . . found at Balboni's, QI70,B's house . . . "Another Driver" . . . 
"Decent!" . . . "Later" . . . favorite people: Hocker, Mush, Kim, The 
Crew. . . easygoing . . . college. 



Denise Leonard 

145 Thatcher Street 
Westwood, MA 02090 

"The more we love our friends, the less we flatter them; it is by excusing 
nothing that pure love shows itself." 

Denise . . . a friendly smile . . . dislikes Westwood, T. V., and boredom 
. . . found in the Music Room, in Levi's . . . always singing . . . favorite 
people are MS, PS, CS, MP, PN . . . likes food, summer and good music 
. . .. "really" . . . anywhere but here . . . plans to enter college. 

Activities: Outward Bound Club 4. 



George Lester 
395 Oak Street 

"An easy minded soul and always was." 

George . . . camera in hand . . . enjoys mountaineering, skiing, camping, 
bicycling. . . photography . . . likes being 18, YL, good music, good 
friends. New England and summertime . . . "Don't worry about it!" . . . 
found in the dark room, somewhere down the Cape on a bicycle . . . 
"Take it easy!" . . . favorite people— everybody .... blond hair, sincere 
and easy going . . . plans to enjoy Dartmouth. 

Track 1, 2, 3; Sacred Cheese 1, 2, 3, 4; Astronomy Club 2, 3,4; National 
Honor Society 3, 4; Yearbook Photo Editor 4; Harlequin 2, 3; Cross 
Country 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Play; Photography Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Conserva- 
tion Club 1, 2. 



Antoinette Lobosco 

90 Brook Street 

"Say what you think, and act as you feel." 

Antoinette . . . likes being little, night-time visits and calls, summers, 
music, bananas. . . dislikes liars, phonies, bugs. . . pet peeves: unreliable 
people, being hassled, slow drivers and red lights, curfews, getting into 
burr cars . . . favorite people: The girl and the gang. Pic partners, people 
with a sense of humor. . . "What's your act, dear?" . , . "Qo it." . . . 
"We're outa-here,: . . . found cheerleading . . . cruising . . . partying with 
friends . . . dancing with a special person . . . long hair . . . almost 
4'10" . . . loves to talk . . . fast driver. . . The Beach Boys . . . college 
bound. 

Cheerleader 2, 3, Captain 1, 4; Pep Club 1; Future Homemakers 1, 2, 3, 
4. 



Dorothy Lohrer 

168 Pond Plain Road 

"What is life without a little fun?" 

Dottie . . . enjoys cruising, partying, and pretending to play tennis . . . pet 
peeves: gym, getting caught leaving school, waiting for traffic, cars that 
stall, running out of gas, accidents. . . likes her weekends, fun people, 
sunsets, the beach . . . dislikes living near all the teachers . . . favorite 
people: Amy, Eva, Lamberts . . . found in the Mav . . . cruising on Dover 
Rd. and North St. . . . coughing . . . travel and college. 













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Philip Lyons 

15 Fisher Street 

"The anchor heaves, the ship swings free. The sails swell full. To sea, to 
sea!" 

Phil . . . Croz . . . Thor. . . likes weapons, shooting, football, hunting, and 
people . . . found at the gun club, the football field . . . going crazy, with 
a hammer and in casts . . . "Someday we'll all be dead." . . . "Thor has 
spoken!" . . . dislikes hills and sprints . . . favorite people: Mom and Dad, 
Fu, "The Family" . . . sincere and energetic , . . Maritime Academy. 

Senior Class Play; Football 1 , 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff. 



Susan Lyons 
69 Salisbury Drive 

"The world is brighter because she smiled." 

Sue... skiing, lobstering, track... pet peeves include Latin with 
"Daddy Parker" and physics . . . "Decent" . . . found at Manomet, Roche 
Bros., Fenway Park . . . always laughing . . . plans to attend college and 
law school. 

Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 4; Softball 1 ; Football 1; Track 1,2,3, 
4; Ski Team 1 ; Field Hockey 2; Blood Mobile 4. 



James MacDonald 
110 Pond Street 

"Man should live by his own principles and never someone else's." 

Jim . . . wishes to live in a green Nova . . . likes harassing Roar with Olee, 
getting in accidents ... is bugged when Mic is on strike, by white 
found in Bergson's, hitting tow trucks, on 
what she said."... "Ya, you're right." ... 
Hendrix, Buddha, Capea, Dinger, Ferny, 



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Toyotas, by Bergson's 
Broadway . . . "That's 
"Might!"... "Hacker". 
RiceO. 

Football 1; Hockey 1, 2. 



Cathy MacLeay 
108 Sunrise Road 



"I am only one and yet I am one. 
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Cathy . . . enjoys parties, sewing, swimming, writing letters, baton twirl- 
ing . . . doing things at the last minute . . . found at lleen's. East Dedham, 
in the sewing room . . . pet peeves: submarines, physics, Mikey, making 
costumes. . . "Might!". . . favorite people: Bobby, lleen, Barbara. . . 
blue eyes . . . barefoot or wearing sandles . . . Dave, Caryn, Joanne . . . 
college bound. 

A.F.S. 1 , 2; Senior Play, costumes; Pep club 1 , 3; National Honor Society 
3, 4; Yearbook Staff; Chairman of costumes for Oklahoma. 



Janet MacLellan 
273 Oak Street 

"I am a part of all I have met; yet all experience is an arch wherethro' 
gleams that untravelled world whose margin fakes for ever and ever when 
I move." 

Jan . . . strawberry blond . . . a/ways on the go . . . pet peeves getting lost, 
pulling all nighters . . . getting up for work on Sat. . . . "What an unbe 
lievable experience" . . . Summer of 75, The Lote Club. . . favorite 
people: certain persons from Norwood, Goobes Swiv, Duke, Lynne . . . 
found at Mac's in the red Toy, filing at Allstate, Xaverian stage . . . 
Boston College. 

Girls Powderpuff Football 1 ; Softball 1 ; A.F.S. Club 2; Pep Club 1 , 2, 3. 



Sherry Madden 
40 Parder Street 

"I wanted to see what I could see before I say what I should see." 

Sher . . . wicked funny . . . enjoys music, Alaska, having a good time . . . 
hates being the only Senior without a license. . . "Killer and a half !" . ... 
"Hey, you guys. "... favorite people: Stevie Wonder, Bette, Denny 
Doyle . . . found anywhere . . . work then college. 

Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; 
Chorus 1, 2, 3; Girls Glee Club 1, 2, All State Band 3. 4; District Band 2, 
3, 4; G.B.Y.S.O. 3; Girls Track 2; Sacred Cheese 3, Folk Club 2; 
Madrigals 2, 3, 4. 

Jeanette Martinez 
51 Pleasant Street, Hyde Park 

"Mischief sparkles in her eyes and her laughter never dies." 

Jeanetti . . . Miss Martini... enjoys swimming, horseback riding, boy 
watching . . . likes dancing, Sadies, Kenny, friends, Puerto Rico . . . dis- 
likes pushy people, boring weekends . . . "Hey you wanna fight?". . . 
favorite people include A.B., A A, L.S., CM., Kenny . . . found with 
Kenny, Mac's, Sadies, in big Bertha . . . short black hair, funny, person- 
ality plus . . . plans to be a lawyer and travel. 

Timer for Boys' Swim Team 1,4; Pep Club 4. 





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Gene Masters 
58 Woodland Road 

"To give of yourself so freely and expect nothing in return is the true 
essence of love." 

Gene. . . unique laugh . . . a true friend . . . enjoys sunsets, being with 
Stephen . . . "the baine" . . . found anywhere but home, Martha's Vine- 
yard . . . dislikes telephone poles, crazy socks and waiting . . . "Really!" 
. . . favorite people are Stephen, Karen, Woo, just about everyone. . . 
likes meeting people, Fleetwood Mac, horseback riding, G & T's . . . long 
brown hair, big brown eyes and a contagious smile . . . GEM . . . Bubbles 
. . . plans to become a Respiratory Therapist. 

Pep Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1 ; Prom Committee 3; Yearbook Staff. 



Donna Lee Mazzarella 
10 York Way 

"Friends are the sunshine that brightens our lives." 

Donna . . . nice clothes . . . short, dependable, and friendly . . . always 
there when you need her. . . pet peeves: slobs, fake people. . . likes 
shopping, clothes . . . scrapbooks . . . plants . . . weekends away . . . 
"Yeah— might!" . . . "I'm leaving at J .30 today." . . . dislikes cold people 
and college applications . . . competition jitters . . . favorite people: P.K., 
D.J.. P.H., Mr. Flahive, CM., L.B., C.K. . . . usually found with Pam and 
Jeanne . . . Toyota . . . baton twirling . . . off to college and a career in 
nursing. 

Chorus 4; Senior Play: Chairman of Sewing Play Costumes; Hockey 
Cheerleader 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff; Majorettes 1, 2, 3, 
Captain 4. 



Mary Jane MacAulay 
14 Ford Place 

"It is when you give of yourself that you truly give." 

M.J., Jane . . . enjoys ice skating, dancing, and bike riding . . . loves the 
city and partying . . . "Smile!" . . . Ya, you're right . . . "Give me a 
break" . . . dislikes snobby people, cliques, prejudiced people and being 
late . . . Favorite people are Richie, Sugar, Steve . . . found anywhere but 
Westwood . . . plans to be an executive secretary. 

Yearbook Staff; French Club 1 ; Business Club 3, 4. 



Mary Ann McCoy 
100 Locust Drive 

"To love the game beyond the prize." 

Mare . . . tall and very athletic . . . sports, parties, coaching, teaching 
tennis . . . dislikes: studying and beer. . . "sad" . . . "let's go munch" . . . 
"give me a break" . . . pet peeve: college applications . . . favorite people: 
Annie, Rose, Tina, MaryLou, Nancy, HADC . . . found: HADC parties, 
Lums, Papa Ginos . . . long arms, long hair, and always, always late . . . 
member HADC . . . Providence College. 

Student Council 3, 4; Vice-President 4; Senior play; Pep Club 1, 2; Sacred 
Cheese 4; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Captain 4; Tennis 
1.2,3,4. 

Helen McDonald 
55 Lull Street 

"We gain more by letting ourselves be seen such as we are." 

Helen. . . joking. . . smiling. . . laughing with Lindy . . . quick escapes 
with Kath . . . talking with A.E.S. ... likes beaching, sunshine, little 
children . . . laughter . . . spring . . . dislikes: mono . . . insincerity . . . 
favorite people: Al, Lindy, Paul, and Brad. . . with friends. . . class 
wit . . . Framingham State. 

Senior Play 4; Softball 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1,2. 



Brian McDonough 
39 Pear Tree Drive 

"Silence is more musical than any song." 

Wants to attend Tulane . . . pet peeves: sophomore swimming . . . enjoys 
lacrosse, skiing, bowling . . . dislikes personality profiles . . . Brian . . . 
"Sure you have. "... with Frank, Paul. 

Lacrosse 2, 3. 



Ann McGillicuddy 
70 Fairview Street 

"We are not primarly put on this earth to see through another, but to see 
one another through." 

Ann . . . Gill . . . sensitive and moody . . . big heart . . . always late . . . 
friendly . . . big eyes . . . pet peeves: curfews . . . being called Annie . . . 
grey heirs . . . being carded . . . cold weather likes Fiats . . . beaches . . . 
good music . . . out of the way places . . . dislikes eating . . . harassment 
. . . chemistry teachers. . . "Stop it, I love it!" . . . "Ohh Baby." . . . 
favorite people are j. w., R.T., CF. . . . found in the Chevelle . . . with the 
girls . . . wherever she shouldn't be . . . painting . . . The Cape . . . college. 

Class Secretary 1; Student council 1; Senior Class Play; Pep Club 1,2,3, 
4; Yearbook Staff. 















P. Ann McGinnis 

310 Oak Street 

"The talent of success is nothing more than doing what you can do well; 
and doing whatever you do . . ." 

Annie . . . long legs, freckles . . . The Wing . . . likes Adam, curley hair, 
R.B. sandwiches at P.P. . . . favorite people: Mud, Maryann, Helen . . . pet 

peeves: wedgies, the bench, S.A. T. 's, stolen cars . . . "Sad" . . . "Wicked" 
. . . "What a fog. "... dislikes working at Mister Donuts, "Return of the 

Pink Panther" . . . found with H.A.D.C . . . in the Toyota, Norfolk Golf 

Club. . . March 1, 1975 . . . "Old Day's" . . . college bound. 

Activities: Powder Puff Football 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3,4; Sacred Cheese 2, 
3; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3,4; Girls Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Girls Tennis 1,2,3, 
4. 



Denise McGowan 
37 Whitewood Rd. 

"Mischief sparkles in her eyes, and her laughter never dies." 

Denise . . . likes everybody and everything . . . "Love it", "Chunga Boon- 
ga", "Oh baby" . . . favorite people: Giovanni, Irene, Beth and Candy . . . 
found at Sokos, cruisin' in green bombs, and Falmouth Heights . . . pet 
peeves: subs, pizzas, accidents, and white vans . . . skiing . . . riding 
motorbikes ... all nighters . . . long brown hair and big blue eyes . . . nice 
clothes . . . plans to attend college for travel. 

Senior play; Cheerleader 1; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 1; Swim Team 
Timer. 



William McGrail 

94 Tamarack Road 

"You cannot live on other people's promises, but if you promise others 
enough, you can live on your own." 

Bill . . . blond . . . pet peeves: rookies . . . likes hitting the double, late 
nights. . . dislikes Mondays and dead weekends. . . favorite activities: 
playing cards, going to Suffolk . . . "This is true. "... "I'm up for it!" . . . 
favorite people: the poker gang, the animals . . . found at Cardo's in the 
wee hours, Foxboro, Suffolk and the horse . . . college. 

Senior Play; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 4; Sacred Cheese 3, 4; Drama Club 
2,3,4; Basketball 1. 



Carroll McGrath 

188 Mayfair Drive 

"The one who goes is happier than those he leaves behind." 

Carroll . . . "Sunglasses!?" . . . likes good musicians, crazy people, and 
levis . . . pet peeves: people saying I look like Patty Hearst, working, 
getting up for school . . . "Incredible" . . . always ready to have a good 
time . . . favorite people know who they are . . . college. 



Ellen Mclrney 
106 Conant Road 

"A friend is your needs answered." 

Ellen . . . enjoys skiing, cruising and partying . . . likes weekends, peanuts 
. . . dislikes curfews, waiting, caution signs, ripping roofs, Mr. Boston . . . 
"In all seriousness" . . . "Come on." . . . "See ya later" . . . found at 
parties, skiing in Vermont, L.R., with Brenda or with L.P., M.H., L.B., 
B.M. . . . college. 

Pep Club 1,2,3, 4. 

Lawrence McMakin 
21 Birch Street 

"The tools of the mind become burdens, when the environment which 
make them necessary no longer exists." 

Larry . . . pet peeves: school, homework . . . favorite activities: water- 
skiing, swimming, cruising, adventuring . . . likes: ketchup, swim prac- 
tices . . . "Storming" . . . Found: around Islington, Goobs, Underwood, 
neighborhood . . . "Pumpkin Mama" . . . "The Heaters" . . . Mass Bay 
Community College. 

Lacrosse Club 3; Swim Team 1,2,3,4. 

Clay McNally 

106 Westfield Road 

"There is nothing as kingly as kindness. Nothing so royal as truth." 

Clay . . . Baltimore ... B . . . friendly, nice smile . . . likes the Cape, 
watching Helen M. eat, Baltimore Orioles... "y'all" . . . pet peeves: 
double period of Physics, rainy days. . . favorite people: J.F., G.8., H.M., 
E.S., J.L., K.W. . . . dislikes fried hamsters in homeroom, Red Sox . . . 
favorite activities: lacrosse, soccer, tennis. . . found at H.A.D.C. meet- 
ings, in the cafeteria, drinking hot chocolate . .'. college and law school. 

Senior Play 4; National Honor Society 1, 2; Soccer 1, 2, 3,4; Lacrosse 1, 
2, 3, 4; Student Council 1, 2; Chorus 1, 2; Class Vice President I.- 
Oklahoma 4. 



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Michael McNamara 
44 Fairview Street 

"Success is often an idea away." 

Michael . . . with Ginny . . . "456733" . . . strange sense of humor. . . 
found at Roche Bros. . . . flying through the clouds in the Bumble 
Bee. . . Ho Jo's. . . dislikes working Sundays, taxes . . . favorite people: 
Ginny, "The Lads" . . . enjoys days off, large checks, Mexican girls . . . 
Pet peeves: curfews, tough girls, serious people . . . always smiting . . . 
likes traveling, parties, and Friday nights . . . "It is better to get some- 
thing in your eye and wink than to wink and get something in your 
eye. "... college bound, and to own a business. 

Activities: Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff; Gymnastics 2; Swim 
team 1. 



Robin Mc Namara 
56 Fairview Street 

"You will do foolish things, but do them with enthusiasm!" 

Mooch . . . Smoochie . . . likes playing guitar, goofing in Cubbo, tickling 
Brad, "Oh, black pants!" . . . "No, these aren't new glasses". . . Wen, 
Brad, Ding, Cubbo, K.K. etc. . . found working at Roche's, battling with 
her typewriter . . . impish grin . . . dislikes singing to an audience, grumpy 
people, munchies. . . Dental hygienist. 

Marching Band 1, 2, 3; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2, Folk Club 2, 
Madrigals 2; Basketball 1; Senior Class Play. 



Jo-Ann McNulty 

16 Alpena Avenue 



Brian McSweeney 

1 10 Rock Meadow Road 

"It's a man's duty to live life to the fullest." 

Brian. . . "Quito". . . likes the Cape, partying, and skiing . . . pet peeve: 
being on time! . . . dislikes: thin people, and chemistry class . . . favorite 
people: the Orchard Circle Gang . . . found everywhere . . . college. 

Senior Play 4; Ski Club 2, 3; Lacrosse Club 2. 3. 



Christopher McWade 
151 Burgess Avenue 

"It's a man's duty to live life to the fullest." 

Chris . . . Spanky . . . enjoys hockey, golf, tennis, swimming, and party- 
ing . . . likes blonde hair, faithful girls, nice cars, hot days, fast shots and 
"unfavorable characters"... "I quit!"... "P.O."... "Scrace" ... 
"Package deal". . . Maura, Lump, Riz, Trish, . . . found in Westwood 
Rink, Courtyard, "Cellar of Defeat" and Whitey's . . . wishes all his 
friends good luck . . . Mass Bay Community College and the Service. 

Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Girl-Boy Hockey Game 4. 



Nancy Meridan 

461 High Street 

"A mirror reflects a man's face, but what he is really like is shown by the 
kind of friends he chooses." 

Nance . . . beautiful blue eyes. . . Tourquoise Indian jewelry . . . "Oh 
really!" . . . found at the pharmacy, in Fenway Park, on Wings Neck . . . 
likes horseback riding, Dalmations, cheese cake, pistachios, Mercedes 450 
SEL . . . dislikes bugs . . . pet peeves: smoke, waiting, college admissions 
politics . . . favorite people the R.S., M.I., M.H., and the I.B. . . . Wheaton 
College. 

Chorus 1, 2; Senior Play; Yearbook Staff; No Parentheses 3, 4, French 
Club 1,4. 



Thomas Merrow 
28 Lynn Terrace 

"Friendship is that extra quality that defies description." 

T. Toil . . . pet peeves: homeroom teachers, Monday mornings, parking 
tickets, traffic . . . likes CSNY, The Who. Parking. . . dislikes attempted 
roughnecks and being harassed about goats . . . favorite activities: hock- 
ey, concerts ... "I know I was psyched!" . . . favorite people Roux, 
Cardo, Sul . . . found at B.C., in the Capri toil . . . uncomfortable coats 
. . . career in engineering. 

Baseball 2; Football 1,2; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; ; Pep Club 1,2,3,4. 






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Carol Meyer 
20 Wildwood Drive 

"The smallest candle fills a mile with its rays." 

Sincere, friendly, beautiful smile . . . favorite activities are tennis and 
good times with the girls . . . likes pepperoni pizza, parties, concerts, the 
beach . . . dislikes snow monkeys, getting up early . . . "What's going on 
this weekend?" . . . pet peeves: waiting for the Chevelle, broken down 
cars . . . favorite people are T.G., P.K., A.M. . . . PLA members . . . found 
in the Chevelle with Ann, with T.G., at the Cape. . . "You must be 
twins . . . Sisters/?" . . . college bound. 

Chorus 1, 2; Senior Play; Drill Team 3; Softball 1; Pep Club 1, 2, 3,4; 
Yearbook Staff; Field Hockey 2; Senior Hockey Game. 



Laura Millard 
217 Farm Lane 

"Five hundred miles high." 

Laura. . . "Woo". . . tall, thin. . . pet peeves: working on Saturdays, 
being tired, school . . . found with Chris, on Dover Road, or in New 
Hampshire . . . favorite people are Karen, Gene, Kim . . . likes sunsets, 
music, with Chris. . . "I Wish I didn't have to work!". . . enjoys skiing, 
getting re/axed, walking on the old road . . . future undecided. 



W.H.S. 



Chorus 1; Work Study 3, 4. 



Michael Miller 

19Cobleigh Street 

"The world is a circle. Nobody can pinpoint the beginning or end." 

Mike. . . Milbar. . . enjoys baseball, basketball, partying. . . Bunt Squad 
Captain . . . found at Slither's or C's . . . favorite people are Slither, 
Whitey, Greeny, Lumpy.. . pet peeves include D.B.. B.B. practice at 
night . . . plans to go to college in California. 

Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4. 



Deborah Millward 

124 Weatherbee Dr. 

"If you are honest, it is the best thing in the world. It goes above 
intelligence." 

Debbie . . . Deb . . . tall, blond and beautiful . . . likes: school, skiing, 
karate, dancing, swimming and being with friends. . . "Hey you!" . . . 
"Sure!!" . . . "Cut it out" . . . pet peeves: homeroom and "The school 
lunches!!" . . . found with A. A., L.S., and CM., at the Dedham House of 
Pizza and stores . . . college. 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 1, 2,3,4; A. F.S. Club 3; Pep Club 1,2,3. 
4; Outward Bound Club 4; Swimmers Aid 2; Spanish Club 4; Yearbook 
Staff. 

Cheryl Mooncai 
40 Endicott Street 

"A good heart is better than all the heads in the world." 

Cher. . . Moonshine . . . pet peeves: Pavof, hospitals, late practices. . . 
enjoys karate, cruisin', doing nothing... dislikes Monday mornings, 
diving boards, physics . . . likes smiling people . . . "You're kidding?" . . . 
favorite people: Freddie, Room 73 kids, and others . . . found at Zeppy's 
or Room 73 . . . short and smilin' . . . college. 

Chorus 1, 4; Drill Team 2, Hockey Cheerleader 3; Color Guard 3; Captain 
4; Softball Manager 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Photography Club 4; Future Nurses 1 ; A. F.S. Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; Swim Team 
Scribe 2, 3; Yearbook Staff. 

Robert Moses 
46 Wildwood Drive 

"For unstain'd thoughts do seldom dream on evil." 

Haven . . . tall . . . size 13 sneakers . . . likes French toast, The Globe, the 
beach and laughter . . . dislikes early busses. The Transcript, hunting for 
crutches. . . sleeping and eating. . . tennis and basketball . . . weekends 
at M.H.C . . . pet peeves: shirts that aren't long enough, Mitch's jokes . . . 
found on the basketball and tennis courts . . . college. 

Sacred Cheese 1, 2; Editor 3, 4; track 1, 2; Yearbook Staff; No Paren- 
theses 4. Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Heather Moulton 
476 Pond Street 






"Be here now.' 



Heather. . . Ms. Vogue. . . stylish. . . enjoys Outward Bound, horseback 
riding, chasing seagulls... pet peeves: putting on contacts... likes 
piggin' out on Dunkin' Donuts, individuals, sailing. . . "It's only a high 
school play." . . . "What a peon I" . . . favorite people: Lady Randolph 
Churchill, I.B. members . . . found at Heberts or in auditorium painting 
. . . crude . . . Tufts. 

Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff; No Parenthesis 4, AFS Club 1,2, 
3, 4; Senior Play; Health Careers Club 4; Student Steering Committee 4; 
Thespian Society 2, 3, 4. 



1976 




Robert Mulhall 

169 Strasser Avenue 

"Be what you want to be. Go where you want to go. Dream what you 
dare to dream. Live . . ." 

Mud . . . good natured . . . curly hair . . . H.A.D.C. ex-chairman . . . red 
cheeks. . . "What's up?" . . . likes parties, golf, dusty bucks . . . found in 
the Toyota, at Pewter Pot. . . D.C.+P.C. . . . N.G.C. . . . DO-NOT-PASS 
. . . pet peeves are accidents, gossip, loud radios, dances, dirty cars. . . 
"Gimme a break!" . . . enjoys soccer, swimming, breakfast at Ann's . . . 
"Two over light" . . . favorite people are Annie, the H.A.D.C, Boar . . . 
"Yeah, you're right." . . . scar on right shoulder . . . March 1, 1975 . . . 
Bonneville '72 . . . plans for college. 



Senior Play; Soccer 2, 3, 4; 
Track 1. 



Baseball 2; Football 1; Pep club 1, 2, 3,4; 





Jeanne Munroe 
38 Oxford Road 

"Softly speak and sweetly smile." 

Jeanne . . . friendly, cute smile . . . pet peeves: people who can't sing on 
key, late night rehearsals, long baseball games . . . loves peanut butter . . . 
dislikes competition . . . "Have you seen Jimmy? . . . favorite activities: 
singing, gymnastics... found at rehearsals, with Jimmy... Favorite 
people: J.F., O.N. J., Mr. M., Mr. B., Slam, D.H. . . . junior college. 

Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 4. Double Quartet 4; Senior Play; Cheerlead- 
er 1; Pep Club 1, 2; Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Gymnastics team 1, 2, 3. 

Brenda Murphy 
20 High Rock Street 

"What is life without a little fun?" 

Bren . . . cruises in brown bomb . . . likes leaving homeroom, cruising, 
national anthem, gymnastics, long fingernails . . . pet peeves: 3 in front, 
driving on weekends, screaming mumies . . . "Oh my God!" . . . "Give me 
a break!" . . . favorite people: L.P., Chris J., L., No. 11... "Outrage!" 
. . . college bound. 

Chorus 1, 2; Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep club 1, 2, 3. 4; Cheerleader 1; 
Drama club 3; Majorettes 2, 3. 

MaryLou Murphy 
47 Dover Road 

"Her ways are ways of pleasantness, and all her paths are peace." 

Lou . . . pet peeves are quarreling and running out of gas . . . favorite 
activities are field hockey, eating, and avoiding homework . . . likes 
plants, old movies, southern accents, and ice-cream . . . dislikes being 
called "Sweetness", T-bars . . . found in the Rosebug, at the Brook, or in 
Medfield . . . favorite people are Coop, Rosa, Becky, "The Family", and 
Paul . . . N.B., "Greatage!" . . . blue eyes and wavy hair. . . a habit of 
dropping glasses . . . career in Special Ed, U-Mass. 

Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Spanish Club 4; Senior Play 4; 
Yearbook Editor. 

Richard Murphy 
39 Cobleigh Street 

"Our life is what our thoughts make it." 

Rick . . . likes pizza, guitar, photography and going out . . . Destiny . . . 
"I'm only kidding!" . . . dislikes snobs and having to be on time . . . 
found with D.M., at Brockleman's Mkt., last booth in the M.C., confer- 
ence room C... "Vroom Vroom!" . . . pet peeves: double physics, 
people who think they're sophisticated, certain bosses. . . "You know 
what I mean." . . . summers down the Cape. . . favorite people: D.M., Z, 
J.C., L.S., G.L., Mr. S, Mr. B. . . . 6/29/75... the halo and those 
innocent GREEN eyes . . . college, electrical engineering, music. 

Track 1, 2; Cross Country 1 , 2; Swim Team 1 ; National Honor Society 3, 
4; Chorus 4; Photography Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; Senior Play Photography 3,4; 
Yearbook Staff. 

Donna Murray 
230 Sycamore Drive 

"In the sweetness of friendship there is laughter and the sharing of 
pleasures." 

Donna . . . likes people who say what they feel . . . sunsets, clear nights, 
lilacs, free time, guitar music... dislikes being nearsighted, making 
decisions, depressing cloudy days. . . "Tell me!" . . . "Cut it out!" . . . 
sailing, cheering, concerts. . . Dusty . . . surprises . . . 6/29/75 . . . favor- 
ite people: R, B, M, M, C, L, P, J, Mr. C . . . always harassed by Mr. B . . . 
found with R.M., last booth in Media Center, Cedarville, hockey or 
football games . . . long hair . . . accounting at Boston College. 

Chorus 3, 4; Drill Team 3, 4, Hockey Cheerleader 3, 4; National Honor 
Society 3, 4; Softball Manager 3, 4; Sacred Cheese 4; Senior Play 4; 
Oklahoma 4; Senior Class Banquet Committee; Yearbook. 

M. Eileen Murray 

49 Lake Shore Drive 

"No one could ever want a better friend." 

Eileen . . . pet peeves: snobby people, getting up in the morning, impolite 
customers . . . favorite activities: tennis, swimming, volleyball, parties, 
shopping . . likes: skylarks, Starsky, driving around, friendly people, 
joking . . . dislikes: calculus, chemistry, homework . . . "Give me a 
break!" . . . "Really??" . . . "You've got to be kidding me!" . . . found at 
Penn's, Eagerman's, Dedham Plaza, around . . . slim . . . cute, cheerful, 
sometimes crazy. 

Intramurals 1 . 2: Future Homemakers 1 1 French Cluh 2 








Rita Newcomb 

104 Willard Circle 



"The show is over." 






"Pip" . . . likes surprises and the beach . . . found at Gogs. Moores and to 
and from. . . "All right!". . . dislikes spiders and snakes. . . favorite 
people: 8 little turkeys, scrapper and the menace . . . likes Softball, 
fishing, skiing . . . pet peeves: noses and cracked ribs . . . move to Maine 
and work. 

Drama Club 3; A.F.S. Club 3. 



Paul Newman 

71 Colburn Street 

"If life is worth living, it is worth enjoying." 

Paul, "Newm" . . . likes Trans Ams and blondes . . . pet peeves: the 
Falmonth P.O. and $25.00 rocks. . . "You're a nerd!" . . . dislikes cars 
that won't start . ... favorite people: Brenda, his brothers . . . found at his 
house during school, Ferny's on the weekend . . . anticipates college and 
a career in law enforcement. 

Hockey 1, 2, 3. 



Lisa Nichols 

504 Pond Street 

"Life is what happens while you're making other plans." 

Nic's . . . Lise . . . likes the ocean, sailing, parties, ice cream, gum, late 
nights, long talks with good friends, field hockey . . . "Sad!" . . . "What 
should I do?" . . . The Ultimate! . . . dislikes diets, arguments with G.B., 
running laps, frizzy hair and piddidles . . ■ "I'm not even kidding." . . . 
"Give me Shelter!" . . . found on the other side of town, being harassed, 
out to eat with Rosey, K.K.'s. . . favorite people: M.S., PC, D.P., and 
the family . . . still laughing at Barry . . . honest and sociable . . . college 
bound. 

Chorus 1, 2; Senior Class Play; Softball 1, 2; Track 3; Drama Club 1, 2,4; 
Yearbook Staff 4; No Parentheses 4; Field hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Captain 2; 
Prom Committee 3. 



Barbara O'Connell 

161 Sycamore Drive 
"True to her work, her world, and her friends." 



Kimberly A. Ofria 
25 Spring Lane 

"She learned to fly, and was not sorry for the price that she had paid- for 
her race to learn had begun." 

Kim . . . green eyes, friendly smile . . . likes playing the violin . . . rabbits, 
Jinx, creative writing . . . always rushing around . . . found in the music 
room. . . pet peeves: boys like MB., Wednesday mornings in the Media 
Center... "I almost think"... handmade crafts, clipboards, needle 
point, sailing. . . favorite people: SEB, Beth, Mrs. E. . . . "Ohl", you're 
kidding" . . . dreams of Mercedes-Benz 450 SEL . . . Wheaton College. 

Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Treasurer 1 , 2; Student Council 1, 2; Secretary 
3; National Honor Society 3; President 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Harlequin 1 , 
2, 3; Student-Faculty Forum 3, 4; French Club 3; Regional Advisory 
Council 3; District Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Ragtime Ensemble 2, 3,4; Bye Bye 
Birdie and Guys and Dolls. 



Janette O'Leary 

96 Willow Street 

"Let e8ch man exercise the art he knows." 

Jan. . . pretty, baby ■ faced . . . likos cycling, skating, rock skipping, art 
. . . hates rice, smelly English rooms, the girls room gang. . . favorite 
people: Leslie, Lindsay, Fuzzy. . . found in Maine, faraway places. . . 
"When I make my first million" . . . "See that hole? Rats come out of 
that hole" . . . pet peeves: m.m., babysitting, ringing telephones, snobs, 
flirts . . . commercial art at Blue Hills. 

Senior Play. 



David Olson 
234 Washington Street 

"Nothing great is ever achieved without enthusiasm." 

Olee, Ols . . . pet peeves talking to the wall, snobs, people who pop 
bubbles . . . favorite activities: hoop, baseball, golf . . . likes good harass- 
ment, impressions, blowing bubbles. . . dislikes people who don't listen, 
people who attempt. . . "Yah!". . . "Hey turkey." . . . "Stop a freight 
train much.". . . "total hysteries" . . . "Hey '67 Red Sox." . . . favorite 
people: Rice-O, Mil, Bill 8., certain freshman and others . . . found in the 
cafeteria, at parties, on hoop court, dreaming with cheerleaders . . . very 
vulnerable, very hyper, very friendly . . . with bubble gum . . . college. 

Baseball 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2; Sacred Cheese 3. 4; Yearbook staff; 
Monitoring 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom committee 4. 



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1976 






Stephen O'Neil 

836 Gay Street 

"Ask me no questions, I'll tell you no lies." 

Steve . . . "You're Obscure. "... dislikes getting up at five of eight, 
people who drive slow, favorite activities are baseball and hockey, likes 
beating Sull in a race . . . favorite people: Parky ■ ■ ■ found at Norfolk 
Trust Co. . . . college bound. 

Football 3; Chess Club Manager 1 , 2, 3, 4. 



Mark O'Suliivan 
67 Woodland Road 

"Is not true leisure one with true toil?" 

Sull . . . black hat . . . blue vest. . . pet peeves: dickweed, empty coolers 
. . . likes the Who, harassing short people, bowling nights . . . dislikes 
boring weekends . . . enjoys skiing, golf, concerts . . . "Whaaatt?" . . . 
"Killer!" . . . "Let's Boot!" . . . favorite people: Roux, Wattso, Cardo and 
others . . . found at the market . . . always complaining . . . college. 

Football 1 ; Ski Team 3; Tennis 2. 




Elizabeth Pallis 
84 Salisbury Drive 

"Don't keep the faith— share it!" 

Liz... likes people, knee sox, driving... dislikes: Sun Island, the 
creamey, dead nights . . . enjoys hijumping, unevens, parties, cruising and 
eating . . . found at the track, in the neri mobile, at parties or with G.B., 
B.M., P.K. and others. . . "Bub-bye" . . . peeves: 3 in the front, babysit- 
ting sick pups, curfews, and the gymnastics team . . . Bridgewater State 
College. 

Glee Club 1; Pep Club 1, 2; Track 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 1; Yearbook Staff; 
Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Karen Pallis 
47 Hartford Street 

"Whatever she dares to dream, she dares to do." 

Karen . . . pet peeves: babysitting sick pups and phonies . . . enjoys 
snowmobiling, swimming and parties . . . dislikes larger crowds and old 
cars . . . "Oh my God" . . . "Okay" . . . "I don't care". . . Am, Sue, Jan 
and Wally . . . found at Bergson's, with Am or in N.H. . . . blonde hair, 
blue eyes, quick smile . . . DeDe . . . Blue Hills. 




Chorus 1, 2; Pep Club 1. 



Thomas Palmer 

545 Oak Street 

"The harder match'd, the greater victory." 

Tom. . . running and swimming. . . pet peeves: work, fixed races . . . 
found at the track . . . dislikes long distance runs. . . Chape, Hep, Dick, 
Den . . . likes rainedout practices . . . college bound. 

Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4; Winter Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring Track 1, 2,3,4. 



Thomas Parkinson 

195 Alder Road 

"A rolling car gathers no dust." 

Parky . . . found in Sears . . . pet peeves: gas and car payments . . . likes 
skiing, boating, water skiing . . . dislikes red mustangs . . . college bound. 



Curtis Patalano 
85 Crystal Hill Terrace 

"I went to sleep with the hope that made America famous." 

Curt. . . pet peeves: Ibeds, homeroom periods . . . likes: w-dashes, light 
bulb factories (!) . . . dislikes: back-up lights, Ards . . . favorite activities: 
driving, working, phrasing... "Durun today?"... "Let it flow"... 
favorite people: K.A., M.E.H., Morgan, E.Mc, and others . . . found: 
Franklin, Dedham, Room 20, Med-X, Sadies' . . . brown hair . . . college, 
Patalano Ford. 

Sacred Cheese 1, 2, 3; Drama Club 1 ; Yearbook Staff; Photography Club 
2. 






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Isabel Pendergast 

341 Clapboardtree Street 

"A smile costs nothing, but is worth a million." 

Isabel . . . pet peeves: having people tease me . . . likes summer time and 
friends ■ ■ ■ dislikes writing letters . . . hobbies: tennis, swimming, horse- 
back riding, art . . . "You did it again!" . . . favorite people: Judy P., 
Kathy S., Carta H., and others . . . found in the art room . . . kind, happy 
most of the time, talks a lot, always smiling . . . plans to get into drawing 
cards and selling them. 

Joy Perkins 

544 High Street 

"God made man to live his life to the fullest." 

Joy. . . pet peeves: sitting, bionic dogs, unemployment . . . enjoys week- 
ends, vacations, meeting people, music . . . dislikes getting up in the 
morning, double physics . . . skiing, swimming, partying, traveling . . . 
favorite people R.E., H.J.D., K.U., Val, "cow" . . . found in N.H., Berg- 
sons, F.L.A. . . . "flap, rap, rap", "Break 19" . . . smiling eyes . . . strange 
socks . . . medical technologist. 

Activities: Band 1 , 2, 3; Dance Band 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 1 ; Ski Team 1 , 
2. 



Alan Perlman 

77 Mill Street 

"A smile illuminates the darkest of days." 

Perls . . . small, non-descript, could get lost in a crowd . . . sarcastic . . . 
pet peeves: G Block English, homework. The Rock . . . enjoys going out, 
partying, having a good time . . . dislikes being dumped on, snobs, prissy 
people, moochers . . . "True". . . "Of Course!" . . . "O.K., Fine". . . 
favorite people: S.K., M.K., J.F., CM., B.H., a never-ending list. . . can 
be found anywhere you look . . . plans to enjoy life to the fullest. 

Student Council 4; Student-Faculty Forum, Chairman 4; National Honor 
Society 4; Baseball 3; Football 1; Winter Track 1, 4; Swim Team 1, 2, 3, 
Captain 4; Chess Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; AFS 1, 2, 3,4; No 
Parentheses 4; Drama Club 1, 2, 3; Treasurer 4; Senior Play 4; Interna- 
tional Thespian Society 4; Musicals 3, 4, One-Act Director 3. 



Mary Peirce 
135 Thatcher Street 

"That that is is, that that is not is not, is that it, it is." 

Mary . . . a true California girl . . . enjoys surfing, parties, motorcycles 
and the sun . . . "Fat a Peach. "... long blonde hair, 5 earrings . . . found 
on the bike with Steve, with pat or home . . . "Boot" dislikes the cold, 
the vacuum and dishes . . . college. 

Outward Bound. 

Joseph Pinciaro 

1 1 Wagon Road 
Westwood, MA 02090 

"Good natured, warm hearted, and true." 

Joe. .. pet peeves: Ralph Benstrom, waiting for people, being called 
"Pince" . . . favorite hobbies playing pool, playing pinballs . . . likes: 
crowds of people, a clean car, "one more time", blizzards . . . dislikes: 
school, boring weekends, being barked at . . . "C'mon", "Go slow" . . . 
favorite people: Tricia, Grady, Dicker, Arnie, Joey, Mario, Jimmy... 
found at the garage, the garde rs, Tricia's house, "Nowhere." when snow- 
ing in $6 . . . Nice eyes, warm smile, and very generous . . . plans to 
attend Wentworth Institute, majoring in Civil Engineering. 



Grace Pisano 

26 Reservoir Road 

"She has achieved success who has lived well, laughed often, and loved 
much." 

Grace. . . J.F.'s Strawberry Girl, red hair and Italian brown eyes. . . 
found days in the little theater, nights in the tan Toyota or with Jim, 
weekends in N.Y. . . . likes acting, tennis, homemade pizza, R.C.'s and 
Charlie Brown . . . dislikes diets and waiting for college decisions. . . 
"That's awful.". . . pet peeves: try-outs, pencil sharpeners . . . favorite 
people: Jim, E.B., Barbara Streisand. . . The American Dream, 3/1 1/74, 
Manhattanville College. 

Chorus 4; Senior Play, National Honor Society 3-treasurer 4, Drama 
club 1, 2, 3 — president 4; Madrigals 4; Musicals 2, 3, 4; French club 1 , 2. 



Karen Pitchford 

310 Farm Lane 

"I'll get by with a little help from my friends." 

Karen . . . always smiling, a special kind of person, found with her other 
half . . . likes skiing and getting "stuck" in Vermont. "Hey Pisam." . . . 
The old Road . . . "I'm losing it. "... pet peeves: being called Pitch . . . 
"Let's Boogie!" . . . college. 

Chorus 1, 2; Drill Team 1; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Yearbook Staff, Ski Club 
1,2. 



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Keith Pitchford 

310 Farm Lane 
Westwood, MA 

"Hand me down my golden crown, and let me ride." 

Keith . . . Strawberry blond hair . . . likes music, snowstorms, the bane 
. . . found with the Orchard Circle gang, jamming, on the drums . . . 
What? . . . pet peeves: homeroom, high school cliques, boring weekends 
. . . favorite people are GM, Vince, PC, Puddles . . . enjoys skiing, tennis, 
bike riding . . . Really??? . . , plans to study economics. 

Activities: Band 4; Concert Band 4; Ski Team 1,2, 3; Boys' Swim Team 
1,2; Boys' Tennis 2, 4. 

Marc Pizzuto 

195 Dover Road 

"Silence is deep as Eternity; speech is shallow as time." 

Marc . . . likes soccer, biking, fishing, coins, guitar . . . pet peeves: dis- 
honest people, snobs, compact cars, homework, early rising, and old 
thunderbirds . . . "Howdy!" . . . "Alright!" . . . happiness is a full tank of 
gas . . . found in the brown Pinto wagon, the media center. Hale Reserva- 
tion . . . favorite people: L.K., M.M., C.P., R.A., R.M., J.S., etcetera . . . 
plans a career in psychology. 

Sacred Cheese 3, 4; Astronomy Club 4; Drama Club 1, 3, 4; Yearbook 
Staff; School Musical 1, 3; Chess Club 1, 3,4. 



Diane Ponder 
77 Willard Circle 

"What you get out of life is what you put into it." 

Diane. . . pet peeves: snobs, loud people, getting up early, diets, pesty 
people . . . enjoys horseback riding, swimming, snowmobiling, driving and 
traveling. . . Likes Camaros, racing cars. . . dislikes staying in . . . "We're 
out of here" . . . "You're kidding me?" . . . favorite people: Nancy, Jeff, 
Deb, and Jean . . . found in a blue Camaro, in a Dodge pick-up truck . . . 
college. 



Elizabeth Powers 

100 Oxford Road 

"A friendly spirit on whom to call." 

Beth . . . pet peeves: curfews, meanies, bad parties, work . . . favorite 
activities: all nighters, skiing, gym. . . likes sparky s. beach . . . dislikes: 
accidents, sarcastic people . . . "Chungaboonga!" . . . "Lovely." ... "/ 
feel good" . . . favorite people: a rowdy crew, Denise, Irene, Cheryl, 
anyone friendly . . . found at Lansdowns with Cindy, Falmouth Hgts . . . 
happy . . . long hair, friendly . . . The bomb is coming . . . college. 

Senior Class Play; Drill team 1, 2; Color Guard 3; Softball 1, 2, 3; Pep 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff. 



Judith Prevett 

29 Coach Lane 

"A smile costs so little yet means so much." 

Judy- ■ ■ quiet but loud . . . "What's happening?" . . . found nowhere 
special . . . enjoys being with friends and traveling . . . pet peeves: rou- 
tines, unreliable people, cliques . . . likes the beach, parties, Fridays . . . 
favorite people are "J. F. K's" and almost everyone . . . sparkling eyes 
plans for future: college. 

Varsity Cheerleader 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Band Photographer 
4; Yearbook Staff. 



Stephen Pruyn 

458 Dover Road 

"The only way to live, is to live without trying." 

Steve. . . Hiking, guitar. . . Doc . . . Grateful . . . Dead . . . "What's up?" 
. . . rodents. . . Blue Bomb . . . Dover . . . "What's up Doc?" . . . dislikes 
Kools, Westwood, noisy neighbors, parents, 15 year old girls. 

Hockey 1; Ski team 3. 



David Quinn 
362 Oak Street 

"True friendship is like sound health; the value of it is seldom known 
until it be lost." 

David. . . likes parties, weekends, and leaving school on Fridays. . . 
track, acting, and girls' basketball games ... a favorite with the girls . . . 
"Later in the A.M.", "Moke Pits", "What?". . . dislikes not running in 
League Meet, morning track practice, calculus, being called "Dave" . . . 
pet peeves. . . "lashes", "intervals", "Quincy" and "T.J." . . . favorite 
people: Les, Cav, HADC, assorted others . . . Found on the track with 
Leslie, Cav, and M.J., in the bunny, small parties at home, in the morning 
corridor. . . college. 

Activities: Class Vice-President 1 ; Class Treasurer 3; Student Council 1,4 
Dowsers Club 2; Football 1; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Winter Track 2, 3, 4 
Spring Track 2, 3, 4; Cross-Country 2, 3, 4; Capt. 4; Boys Basketball 1 
Tennis 1; National Honor Society 3,4; Senior Class Play 4; Oklahoma! 4 
Drama Club 4; Yearbook 4; Prom Committee 3; Thespian Society 4. 









John Reardon 

426 East Street 

"Time passes much too quickly when we're together laughing." 

Jack . . . smiling. . . "Dynomite" . . . "Decent" . . . found at Borachi's 
. . . dislikes swim practice and B.R.'s jokes . . . H.A.D.C. . . . favorite 
people: swim team timers, AT, and B.S. . . . Cape Excursions. 

Activities: Band 1, 2; Baseball 2; H.A.D.C. 1, 2, 3,4; Swim team 1,2,3, 
4. 



Barry Reed 

41 Cushing Road 

"I don't understand my actions." 

Barry . . . Bones. . . 100% weird . . . known for his small parties, dancing, 
and bad jokes . . . pet peeves: working weekend nights, car accidents . . . 
"How wrong is this?" . . . "Let me tell ya." . . . likes cute freshmen and 
tall seniors . . . dislikes care packages and Baby Ruth bars . . . found in 
the library or at Boyscout meetings . . . favorite people: H.A.D.C. and 
Bert . . . Holy Cross. 

Activities: Senior Class Play; Crosscountry 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 1. 



David Rice 

66 French Street 

"To do a great right do a little wrong." 

Dave. . . likes: Lynda, hockey, tanned tails. The Who, beaches. . . dis- 
likes: milk and cookies, creatures. Dee's . . . "Care!" . . . "Haten-it?" . . . 
pet peeves: practices, flippy Twisters, the worst homerooms . . . favorite 
people: Lynda, Den, Milber and those boys . . . found: 129 Dover Road, 
at the rink . . . "Dave-o" . . . nice looking . . . college. 

Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey 1 , 2, 3, 4; Class Vice-presi- 
dent 3. 



Paul Rizzo 



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"Life is worth living!" 

Paul. . . Riz . . . enjoys hockey, golf, and partying . . . likes G block 
studies. . . dislikes Friday H block . . . hates hearing people say "The 
worst" . . . favorite people are Miss Mulcahy, Chris and the gang. . . 
"Yea, you're right!" . . . found in a truck or in Millis . . . tall and good 
looking . . . graduation party . . . plans to attend Bently College. 



Steven Roche 

588 High Street, Walpole 

"The worldly king is justly rewarded." 

Beebo . . . likes all-nighters at Brownies, the Who . . . enjoys basketball, 
hockey, cruisin', partying and good "chicks" . . . dislikes owing money, 
getting caught . . . New Year's Eve massacre . . . first phone pole . . . pet 
peeves include Algebra, ralphing . . . "hit the market" . . . "Decent" . . . 
"What's up?" . . . favorite people are Mr. Wes. Krausso, Toddly, Dimps, 
and all the P. LA. members . . . a jolly joker . . . plans to join the U.S. Air 
Force. 

Ski Team 2. 



Scott Rorrie 
914 Clapboardtree Street 

"He is always laughing for he has an infinite deal of wit." 

Roar . . . likes 53Ford pickups, Cahoon's Beach, hockey and nice girls 
. . . is in the worst homeroom . . . "Yeah" . . . found in his truck or with 
S. T, S.E.. Dizi. C.G., Lynne. B.H. . . . Blue Hills. 

Senior Play. 



Sheila Russell 

985 High Street 

"Yield to temptation; it may not pass your way again." 

Sheila . . . pet peeves: blue jays, Dover, smokies in the trees, physics . . . 
skiing, sailing, swimming, rapping... likes gold stars, lasagna. Black 
Russians, weekends, E.J. . . . dislikes cliffs, two-faced people, being called 
"Countess Dracula" . . . "Rap, rap, rap" . . . "Harold, let the cat out" . . . 
"Really now"... favorite people: J. P., Val, "Lucifer"... found at 
Bergsons, N.H., Chatam, lifeguarding in Watertown . . . braces, always 
smiling, loves life . . . nurse and travel. 

Band 1, 2; Orchestra 2; Chorus 4; Glee Club 4; Senior Play 4; Track 3,4; 
Yearbook Staff 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 1, 2; Biology Club 3; 
Movie Club 1 ; Ski Team; Oklahoma 4. 





1976 




Anne Marie Saia 

6 Crystal Hill Terrace 

"A smile costs nothing but means so much." 

Anne Marie . . . blond hair . . . likes weekends, the beach, people who 
laugh, bubble gum . . . dislikes: moody people, snow, turtles . . . "Give 
me a break. "... "What a killer. "... "/ can't" . . . found: business dept., 
Sadies, Framingham, in the white Valiant . . . Jerry, E.M., L.M., K.A., S.D. 
. . . Aquinas Junior College. 



Steven Salisbury 

42 Lanark Drive 

"It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is 
invisible to the eye." 

Steve . . . enjoys listening to WBCN and Young Life Club . . . dislikes the 
top forty and WBVF . . . "KYTU" . . . found in the pit and the ashtray or 
at meetings on Wednesday night . . . corn cob pipe and Prince Albert . . . 
plans to attend Bridgewater State College. 

AFS Club 2, 3; Conservation Club 1 . 



Lisa Sarro 

20 Cobleigh Street 



"Born with the gift of laughter." 





Leas. . . big smile . . . Pet peeves: rainy days, hot marching practices, 
physics . . . enjoys 21st Lancers, music, bicycling . . . likes summer of '75, 
pizza, cruisin', beaches, California... favorite people: Billy, L.S., 
H.A.D.C, Jets . . . found in Norwood, Dr. B's, or Mac's. . . bright white 
teeth . . . Guinea . . . College. 

Student Council 2, 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Girls' Track 2; National Honor 
Society 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Swim team scribe 1 , 2, 3. 



Gary Scanlon 

64 Fischer Street 

"Partying is the spice of life." 

Gary . . . plans to be an auto body repairman . . . pet peeves: taggers, 
pint . . . always partying . . . "Boosters." . . . found making runs to Nor- 
wood . . . likes to beat on cars. 



Steven Schorer 
486 Oak Street 

"Laugh while you can. Everything has its time." 

Steve. . . likes nice cars, tennis, hockey, skiing, etc . . . dislikes three in 
front, milk and cookies, fake people . . . found under the Javelin or 
cruisin' . . . pet peeves include the odd couple, Burke's Estates, F.R.L. 
. . . favorite people are S.B., M.B.. T.S., and White and Co. . . . PLA 
members . . . plans to attend S.M. U. 

Swim Team 1 , 2, 3. 



Edward Schreiber 
85 Burgess Avenue 

"Having fun is my way of life." 

Mark . . . enjoys partying, cruising, football . . . likes all kinds of people 
. . . pet peeve is his car . . . "Help!" . . . "Got a buck for gas?" . . . found 
out or cruising. . . favorite people are L.C. and G.S. . . . plans to work 
until he can afford college. 



Beth Schweitzer 

103 Woodland Road 

"That notion of being captured by the incredible which is of the very 
essence of dreams." 

Beth . . . "squish?" . . . likes: art museums. Harvard Square, clipboards, 
BCN's bicentennial salutes . . . dislikes: soggy fields, sprints, low fish . . . 
art . . . photography . . . pet peeves: her initials, hammer holder pullers 
. . . favorite people: S.B., Anthony, Simone de Beauvior, and others . . . 
found: with the Ice Brigade ... "a simple twist of fate" . . . college. 

Girl's Glee Club 1; Senior play; Musical 1, 4; Softball 1. 2, 3; co-capt. 4; 
Pep Club 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; A.F.S. 4; Yearbook Staff; 
Field Hockey 1,2,3,4. 











Beth Scollins 

121 Magnolia Drive 

"I have crossed two oceans and time and we will cross them again." 

Beth ... a distinctive laugh . . . only one dimple . . . loves playing the 
piano, bike-riding, skiing. . . always looking for English translations . . . 
found in Hekelgem or amidst the fruits and vegetables . . . Haris . . . being 
"normal". . . dislikes crowds and waiting for mail . . . likes Siberian 
huskies (namely Nicky), cobblestone streets . . . Belgium . . . foreigners 
. . . "Oh! I can't take it anymore!" . . . James Taylor and Cat Stevens . . . 
kite flying . . . favorite people: Christel, Lisa, C.C., and others . . . U.N.H. 
and music therapy. 

Ragtime Ensemble 2, 3, 4; A.F.S. exchange student (summerl 3; A.F.S. 
club 2, 3, 4; Senior Play; National Honor Society 4; Drama club 1,2,3, 
4; Folk club 2; Ski club 1 ; Movie club 1. 



Cindy Segal 

390 Pond Street 

"A friendly smile." 

Cindy . . . pet peeves: getting up early, people who are moody . . . likes 
people who are cheerful . . . dislikes snobbish people . . . likes basketball, 
listening to records, going to the movies. . . "What a killer!" . . . "Hey 
when is this block over?" . . . "Decent!" . . . favorite people: C.B.. S.B., 
J. P. . . . found in Dedham, Westwood, Norwood, or just around town . . . 
black hair, brown eyes, smiles a lot . . . plans to work with small children 
in a day care center, and to help retarded children. 



Patricia Seixas 

97 Fisher Street 
Westwood, MA 02090 

"I like long walks, especially when taken by those who annoy me." 

Pat . . . friendly and warm . . . enjoys sailing, singing, playing volleyball 
on Thursday nights . . . pet peeves: Westwood and environment, noise, 
the mailbox . . . favorite people are always crazy . . . found at T.L.C. . . . 
jeans and boots . . . plans include culinary school or work. 

Activities: Outward Bound Club 4; No Parentheses 4. 



Dennis Sexton 

37 Circuit Road 

"Be what you want to be, go where you want to go, dream what you 
dare to dream, live . . ." 

Den . . . likes outrageous parties. The Who, Cahoons Beach . . . D's . . . 
favorite people: Dave, Mc Waste, Stamer . . . Those boys . . . "What!" . . . 
"Just the worst!". . . "Lookout!" . . . pet peeves: the worst homeroom 
. . . math . . . favorite activities: hockey . . . golfing . . . sleeping . . . 
found at the Westwood Rink . . . golf course. ■ ■ Church . . . forehead 
scar . . . manageable hair . . . vocabulary . . . friendly . . . college. 

Football 1 ; Hockey 1 , 2, 3, 4; Soccer 2,3,4. 



Robert Shain 
434 Oak Street 

"You're gonna go, I know." 

Shaino . . . likes cruisin' in his lobster boat, gigs with Cheap Thrills, good 
parties. . . dislikes pushy people, Honkah . . . enjoys listening to the 
Who, Fleetwood Mac and Beethoven . . . found with people he likes and 
in his lobster boat . . . "Shalom" . . plans to attend Berklee. 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Band 
4. 



Douglas Shamlian 
239 Oak Street 

"A friendly manner is more valuable than gold." 

Doug. . . found at Holiday Lanes, or in the music room . . . enjoys 
boating, boning. . . likes N.H., short gigs, and the trombone . . . dislikes 
sane people . . . "Shhhh!" . . . sincere and humble . . . Shanbo . . . college 
bound. 

Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 1, 2,3,4; Publicity Manager 4; 
Ragtime Ensemble 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Brass Quintet 1 , 
2, 3, 4; Astronomy Club 3, 4; Sacred Cheese 4. 



Daniel Sheehan 
71 Strasser Avenue 

"Think like a man of action and act like a man of thought." 

Dan . . . puppy . . . pet peeves: girls taller than him . . . likes parties at 
other people's houses, "Monty Python" . . . favorite activities: sports . . . 
Dislikes working, puppies . . . "Green Pride" . . . favorite people: Elaine, 
H.A.D.C, Mud, Boar, Jackson, Australians . . . found with HA. DC. 
members . . . college bound. 

Activities: Football 1,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4. 



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Kathie Sheehan 

186 Carroll Avenue 

"To know how to live is her calling and all her art." 

Kathie . . . beautiful voice, deep hazel eyes, encouraging smile . . . enjoys 
acting, singing, basketball, skating . . . also likes parties, meeting new 
people, springtime, people with good sense of humor . . . found: cruising 
with Judy or Ann . . . pet peeves: Westwood lingo, short nails . . . favorite 
people: J. P., M.H., S.G., I.S., and the gang . . . loves pizza, munchies after 
midnight, dark tans. . . hates waiting for the mail . . . plans: beauty 
culture school, money making, wealth. 

Drama Club 2, 3; Cheerleader 1 ; Senior Play; Dance Band Singer 2, 3, 4. 



Peter Sheehan 

62 Willow Street 

"Men of few words are the best men." 

Sheezbo . . . likes hockey, motorcycles, water skiing, The Who, packed 
parties with blasting tunes . . . dislikes: admitting defeat, dud weekends 
. . . favorite people: T.J., Todd, Dimps, Sav, Cardo . . . found at West- 
wood Auto, in the Mobil... B.T.T.L. . . . "I'll remember this."... 
"Care?" . . . "Fwat?" . . . likes blondes, hitting the beach . . . pet peeves: 
the worst homeroom, painted creatures . . . college bound. 

Track 1, 2,3,4. 



Nancy Shepperson 

38 Westview Terrace 

"A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance." 

Nancy . . . always seems happy . . . favorite activities: partying, eating, 
sleeping, NK . . . "Shhh! Don't tell anyone." . . . "What a killer!" . . . 
likes Chinese food, Allman Brothers, and Martha's Vineyard . . . "De- 
cent!" . . . "Take it easy!" . . . found with Mike watching T. V. and 
having a good time . . . Al's Pals, The Bumblebee . . . favorite people: 
Mike, G and the kids, R.B., L.B., M.K., C.C., old friends . . . pet peeves: 
curfews and getting up in the morning . . . college, executive secretary. 

Yearbook Business Manager; French Club 1; Business Club 4; Majorettes 
1,2. 



Gloria Sherlock 

44 Cushing Road 

"What is life without a little fun?" 

Glo . . . partying, cruising, spending money . . . pet peeves: curfews, has- 
sles, embarrassment . . . likes good times, memories, beaches. . . dislikes 
getting mugged with Cindy, cards . . . "Can you stand it?" . . . favorite 
people: R. T., C.J., and Friends found cruising in Gill's Chevelle, causing 
trouble . . . college. 

Chorus 1,2; Senior Hockey Game; Softball 2. 



Laurie Shuman 

33 Perry Drive 

"What she dares to dream she dares to do." 

Laurie . . . Lorretta Conchetta Shu . . . likes driving, working, swimming 
. . . hates getting up early and orange juice . . . "Am I excellent?" . . . 
"What's the story?" . . . "Oy Vay" . . . favorite people are Gooba, Swirl, 
Terror Wellington, Euana, Junita . . . found in the green Cadi, yellow 
cougar, Needham, Milton, or at Myra's, Jody's or Lou's. . . Friday's 
Blackboard . . . funny, witty, messedup hair . . . college. 

Chorus 1, 2,3,4; Glee Club 1, 2,4; French Club 1; Spanish Club 2, 3. 



Lorraine Sicard 

1556 High Street 

"Happiness is being yourself." 

Lorraine. . . likes blue, foreign accents, spring and meeting people. . . 
"Fred!" . . . naturally nutty . . . "Decent!" . . . dislikes people who don't 
want to do anything. . . "Really?" . . . pet peeves: strawberries, home- 
room, meeting deadlines... favorite people: A. A., D.M., CM., F.C, 
KB., R.M., Z . . . a loyal friend . . . Indian eyes . . . pharmacy school. 

A.F.S. Club 2, 3; Color Guard 4; Timer for Boys' Swim Team 2, 3; 
Yearbook Staff. 



Arthur Skelskie 

36 Woodridge Road 

"Man is heaven's masterpiece." 

Arthur . . . tennis, swimming, sailing. . . pet peeves: noisy underclassmen; 
MK's lousy jokes, Monday mornings, physics labs, cheerleaders . . . likes 
long underwear, summer nights, lacrosse . . . dislikes being told what to 
do. . . Huh?. . . How ya doin'? . . . favorite people: LC, MK, MK, SK, 
RT, LC, BS, RM . . . Found at Garden's, administrative wing, hunting for 
squegees and crutches . . . nice-looking, bearded, sincere . . . college. 

Student council 2, 3, 4; V.P. 3; Boy's state 3; Regional Advisory Council 
4; Student Advisory Committee Chairman 3, 4; Football 1 ; Track; Sacred 
Cheese 3, 4; National Honor Society 4; Yearbook staff 4, Student-faculty 
forum 2, 3; Lacrosse Club 2, 3. 










Charline Smith 

257 Burgess Avenue 

"At 18. everything is possible and tomorrow looks friendly." 

Char . . . Chari . . . pet peeves: crushed lifesavers, having name spelled 
wrong . . . likes kittens, lush men, #4, D block . . . dislikes being harassed 
F block, doing laps, physics . . . skiing, Softball, basketball . . . "Give me a 
break", "Might be", "Sick or what?" . . . favorite people: Foxy, M.W., 
P C, B. G, C. R., found in yellow bug, on the field, with Martha . . . Eb, 
E8-the states... "Chuckie" . . . ski trips in N.H. . . . brown eyes, 
moody, natural curls . . . Bryant College. 

National Honor Society 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Senior Play 4; Softball 2,3, 
4; Field Hockey Manager 4; Powder Puff Football 2; Pep Club 3, 4. 



Donald Smith 

195 Washington St. 

"It is man's duty to live life to the fullest." 

Don . . . Binky . . . Smitty . . . likes: women, graduation parties, milk and 
cookies . . . dislikes: phoney people . . . enjoys art, outdoor sports. P.L.A. 
. . . Pet peeves: empty coolers, D's . . . "Let's load" . . . favorite people: 
D.B., Bebe, J.B., etc . . . found at clubs or Islington Center . . . plans to 
be president. ■ ■ Westfield State. 

Senior Class Play; Class President 2. Student Council 3. 



Rebecca Smyth 

30 Lancaster Drive 

"Straight ahead of him, nobody can go very far." 

Becky . . likes clay, wind, old books, spontaneity, beach glass, pianos, 
writing, sulawes. . . found with Mari, Waterloo, Catchy, King Kong, 
Squish, etc . . . dislikes dirty snow, bad music, shinsplints, cuteness . . . 
college. 

Track 1; Ski Club 1. 2; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3; Tennis 3, 4; AFS Club 3, 4; 
AFS Summer Program 3; National Honor Society 3, 4. 



Irene Sparks 

41 Sunrise Road 

"Yesterday was, today is, and tomorrow will be." 

Irene . . . pet peeves: work, curfews, and nagging people . . . enjoys 
skydiving, bike riding, screaming yellow zonkers, and tennis anyone . . . 
likes rich food. Bermuda, the Cape and having a good time . . . "I'm 
late." . . . "ChungaBoonga" . . . "Outa here." . . . favorite people: B.P., 
D.M., K.S., and others . . . found in Lansdowns, Soko's, screaming in 
Town, Falmouth, anywhere but here . . . green eyes. . . travel and col- 
lege. 

Colorguard 2; Cheerleader 1 , 2. 



Raymond Spera 

151 Provicence Highway 

"Mysterious in his looks and manners." 

Ray . . . likes shop, being anonymous, and good parties . . . dislikes con- 
forming . . . employment. 



Mark Stone 
258 Oak Street 

"Every individual has a place to fill in this world and is important in 
some respect." 

Mark . ... enjoys gazing at stars, lining up the tube, working out Quadrat- 
ics . . . likes a good pair of tigers . . . found on the field weekend nights, 
hoarding down cookies at math meets . . . "Derry much!" . . . college 
bound. 

Activities: Band 1 . 2, 3, 4; Coicert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Band 3, 4; 
Indoor Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2; Spring Track 2; Boy's Tennis 1 ; 
Astronomy Club 3, 4; Math Team 2, 3, 4. 



Charles Sullivan 

30 Schaeffer Avenue 

"What is life without a little fun?" 

Chuck . . beer belly, painted grin . . . football, partying. . . likes porch- 
es. Martha's Vineyard and Cape Cod. Chinese Food, the Who, the 
Allman Brothers . . . loves a good joke-on someone else . . . found with 
D.J.. O.R., and P.L.A. members looking for a party or making sure the 
coast is clear . . . pet peeves: New Year's Eve, D's, and worms . . . "De- 
cent." . . . "Duhfootball" . . . "Boosters?" . . . plans for college. 

Football 3, 4; Track 4. 



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Jane Sullivan 

37 Meadowbrook Road 

"It is nice to be natural when you're naturally nice." 

Jane . . . enjoys swimming, parties, weekends, the beach, cruisin', "The 
Sleepers" . . . loves California . . . pet peeves: getting up early, Mondays, 
"The Notetakers" . . . "Crack" . . . "Gimme a break!" . . . 'What's the 
story?" . . . favorite people: G. T, B.D., L.S., and many others. . . found 
at the Lodge, Garden's, Mac's . . . big blue eyes . . . Nursing. 

Band 1; Concert Band 1; Senior Play 4; Pep Club 1, 2; Girls' Hockey 
Team 4; Health Careers Club 3; President 4; Future Nurses 3, 4. 



Joseph Sullivan 

144 Fensview Drive 

"The sign of the true heart is to give and take a good joke." 

Attempted leather coat, cig in mouth, self in "mav" . . . pet peeves: last 
cig, attempts, magnets, "D's", Birdman . . . likes good parties, beaches, 
tails . . . "Tons" . . ."17-9 Crack!" . . . dislikes tests, working nights . . . "I 
quit". . . favorite people: Lumpy, Greene, Scrace, and others. . . found 
at Slobo's, Crac's, library, McWade's cellar of defeat . . . college bound. 

Baseball 1 ; Hockey 1 , 2, 3; Math team 1,2,3,4; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Soccer 1 , 
2, 3; Sr. Hockey Game. 



Michael Sullivan 
78 Phillips Brooks Road 

"Better a witty fool than a foolish wit." 

Mike . . . Sully . . . quiet . . . good sense of humor . . . likes the beach, 
parties . . . dislikes ride worms. Little "O", being grounded . . . "And you 
might!" . . . favorite people: L.N., H.A.D.C. . . . found in trouble, at the 
bank, in the Volvo . . . college bound. 

Senior Class Play; Swim team 1, 2, 3. 



Vincent Sulprizio 

590 Dover Road 

"When no one sets the rules. The fate of all mankind I see is in the hands 
of fools." 

Vinny . . . cute... found with Orchard Circle Gang, Star Market, in 
yellow Monte Carlo . . . likes Camaros, Zappa . . . "Huh, What?!" . . . pet 
peeves: Westwood Chicks . . . looks like Charlie! . . . favorite people are 
Uncle Phil?, K.P., the Tubes. . . new resident of "the nabes" . . . enjoys 
cruisin', partying, beaches. . . plans to become electrician. 



Cassandra Suman 

135 Thatcher Street 

Casey . . . pet peeves: small towns, make-up, close-mindedness. Friend- 
ly's . . . favorite people are individuals . . . favorite activities: singing, 
hiking, going to the beach, volleyball, camping . . . likes good films, plays, 
concerts, parties. . . "Really" . . . "Ah-yee". . . "For sure" . . . "What's 
the basic?" . . . found at home . . . stubborn, good person to be around, 
good sense of humor, talented in many ways . . . plans to attend college 
in California, travel, have beach parties. 

Outward Bound 1 . 



Edward Susi 

57 Weatherbee Drive 

"The older we get the wiser." 

Suse . . . "Decent!" . . . "You perve!" . . . football . . . 1855 . . . Quaffing 
. . . Ant . . . B and his I'll sister . . . B's parties. . . H.A.D.C. . . . likes 
#53, #23, #55. . . bowling balls. . . pet peeves: long practices, people 
who worm . . . "OO", S.F., L.F. . . . college bound. 



Football 2, 3, 4; Senior Class Play. 



Anne Sweeney 
94 Pond Street 

"Don't walk in front of me, I may not follow; Don't walk behind me, I 
may not lead; Walk beside me, and just be my friend." 

Anne . . . brown hair and blue eyes . . . enjoys good music, weekends 
away, Toby and Wiggles . . . pet peeves: no money, not being able to 
travel . . . found at Moores, Gags . . . "To and from" . . . "Say what." . . . 
favorite people: Pippa, "Bight little Turkeys" . . . likes swimming, riding 
. . . driving . . . dislikes running out of gas, curfews, cold, windy days . . . 
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Melinda Sweeney 
15 Strasser Avenue 

"There seems to be no end to her fun and laughter." 

Lindy . . . Judy . . . blue eyes, always laughing . . . likes parties, Domini- 
can Republic, sleeping, laughing, beaches . . . dislikes school, being 
nagged . . . "Yah?!" . . . "Love It!" . . . "It's so cute!" . . . "I'm so fun- 
ny!". . . favorite people: H.M., G.T., K.W.,and others. . . pet peeves: 
rainy days, cliques, moody people . . . favorite activities: swimming, 
basketball, Softball . . . found in the cafeteria laughing. . . college. 

Softball 1 , 2, 3, 4; Swim team 2. 



Jeanne Systrom 

63 Fensview Drive 

"To each his own." 

Jeanne. . . Jes . . . easy going. . . "Put a lid on it!" . . . pet peeves: 
double knits . . . likes Mine, creative and innovative people, classics . . . 
found nowhere, everywhere and anywhere . . . favorite people: Ms. De- 
laney-Smith, swim team members, Pam . . . dislikes airheads, emergency 
words and idle conversation ... a true individual . . . plans for future to 
become the Bionic Woman. 

Swim team 1, 2, 3, Captain 4; Pep Club 1,2,3, 4; Cheerleader 1 ; Prom 
Committee 3. 



Rhonda Tawa 
79 Brookfield Road 

"Whatever she dares to dream she dares to do." 

Rhonda . . . Ron . . . pet peeves: curfews, getting in trouble, first dates, 
cats . . . likes fire places, good memories, good natu red people . . . dislikes 
talking about other people, fighting, . . "Really?" . . . favorite people: 
Ferrango, Judy, Ann . . . found cruis'n with Gill. 

Softball 1; Senior Hockey Game. 



Gail Taylor 
55 Hawktree Drive 

"It is a friendly heart that has plenty of friends." 

Gail . . . basketball, Softball . . , pet peeves: phony people . . . likes Cali- 
fornia, beaches, sleeping late ... "/ don't know?" . . . favorite people: 
J.S., K.W., S.T. . . . found at the Westwood Lodge. . . short hair. . . 
cute . . . college bound. 

Chorus 1, 2; Drill team 2, Softball 2, Pep Club 1, 2,3,4. 



Eva Tejeda 

30 Willard Circle 

"Mysterious in her looks and manner." 

Eva . . . quiet . . . dark hair and eyes . . . likes good poetry . . . employ- 
ment. 



Marie Thibault 
5 Winslow Road 

"I once dreamed that I lived on a planet full of peace." 

Marie. . . "Ree Re Thi" . . . slightly spaced . . . painting . . . skiing. . . 
sewing . . . likes P & J, orange marmalade and peanut butter on whole 
wheat, blue, lunch block studies . . . dislikes: Monday mornings, last 
block on Friday . . . "Heel !!!?!". . . friendly . . . mental . . . "Jeff" . . . 
A.K., J.M.. CM., A. LA., Y.M. . . . Found at Norwood Mac's and Soko's 
Pizza. . . pet peeves: getting up at 6:30!, long physics classes . . . will 
attend B.C. 

Chorus 4; A.F.S. Club 1, 2, 3; Drama Club 1. 



Paul Thurston 

59 Lakeshore Drive 

"What a man has may be dependent on others, but what he is depends on 
himself, alone." 

Dimps . . . likes booming parties, Who concerts. . . favorite activities: 
golf, swimming . . . "Care/". . . "We'll Remember this!" . . . "Vouch 
there." . . . B.T.T.L.... favorite people: Shoe, T.J., Sav. Sheezbo . . . pet 
peeves: Monday mornings . . . found at Texaco. . . future plans: Electri- 
cian. 

Football 1, 2; Swim team 1, 2, 3. 



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Robert Tohosky 

"Let each man follow his own course." 

Robert... likes interesting people, camping, hiking, being outdoors, 
electronics . . . hates television that don't work . . . found in the media 
center. . . "Emptying shelves?" . . . "Why me?" . . . likes all V.S.Y. mem- 
bers . . . plans to take a year off between high school and college. 

Audio-Visual Club 3,4. 



Richard Toland 

134 Fieldstone Road 

"He was made for happy thoughts, for playful wit, and laughter." 

Rick . . . on the courts or flubbing announcements . . . pet peeves: being 
short, Mitch's jokes, referees, tall girls. . . elevator shoes. . . A.M.K., 
S.K., Pits, Monty, A.S., Ols., Haven, D, EWP, J.K., Mrs. Booras, Mitchell 
. . . likes tennis and going to the track, "Marie's Darling" . . . "That's 
what she said." . . . "Whipped Puppy" . . . plans to attend college. 

Boy's Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sacred Cheese 2, 3, 4; 
Senior Play; Ski Club 1 ; Football 1 ; Pep Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff. 



Daniel Towle 
199 Fox Hill Street 

"To be what we are, and to become what we are capable of becoming, is 
the only end." 

Dan . . . flaming red hair . . . likes parties, feasting, Robin, Wattso, and 
the gang . . . "Toilerman" . . . pet peeves: football practice, homeroom, 
mornings, cigs, dirty windshields . . . "let's fwest" . . . found in the Roux- 
mobile, late nights on Willow Street . . . in the weight room, the discus 
circle . . . on the field . . . Kendrick's Kountry Klub . . . the Roux I.D. . . . 
burns . . . skiing weekends . . . college. 

Football 1 , 2, 3, 4; Captain 4; Ski Team 1 , 2, 3, 4; Captain 4; Senior Play; 
National Honor Society 3, 4; Drama Club 4. 



John Trapp 

141 Pine Lane 

"The lions will lie down with the lambs." 

John . . . enjoys water skiing, fishing, boats and cars . . . likes last block 
studies so you can "boot" . . . dislikes "the Mouth" . . . favorite people 
are Buns, Ben, Neck, Tortia Top . . . found in the Media Center . . . plans 
to attend New England College. 



Tina Tsebetzis 

44 Wevster Street 

"A friend is a present you give yourself." 

Tina . . . Pet peeve: sad people, dislikes doing nothing . . . favorite activi- 
ties: shopping, clubbing, eating. . . just going out . . . Likes: traveling, 
being active, outdoors, real friends, loves to laugh, empty beaches at 
night. . . Dislikes crowds. . . "Oh my God", "Listen to this" . . . Favor- 
ite people: L.C., M.G., Mr. Walsh, Chris. . . Found cruising with Chris, 
Sadies, everywhere . . . long shiney hair, Big brown eyes, down to earth 
. . . Plans on secretarial work. Burden College. 



Mari Tsuda 
103 Woodland Road 

"Have you ever watched a moon beam as it slid across your window 
pane? . . . Who thinks they saw what happened?" 

Mari . . . likes animals, Yosvi's music, unique personalities . . . #12 . . . 
Carlton Fisk . . . dislikes people who aren't themselves . . . pet peeves are 
I's and r's, v's and b's, mairzydoats . . . favorite activities: reading, playing 
the guitar, art . . . favorite people: T. T., B.S., B.S., K.K., Gatsby, Camus 
. . . "Oh reewryl" . ... "Don't mock me" . . . found in the Media Center 
. . . friendly . . . well liked. . . "College." 

Exchange Student 4; Senior Play; A.F.S. Club 4; Track 4; National Honor 
Society 4; Volleyball 4; Co-Captain 4. 



Steven Turley 

324 Canton Street 

"I live for the high points of life." 

Turls. . . B blue eyes . . . enjoys drawing, H.A.D.C, basketball, football, 
softball, fishing, the Cape, and killing J's . . . pet peeves: W.H.S. dances 
. . . "KMAI" . . . "Fruitcakes!" . . . favorite people: H.A.D.C, Jackson, 
Deb . . . found at Papa Gino's, Boraschi's, Foxboro . . . architecture. 











J. Steven Turner 
272 High Street 

"Wherever you are it is your own friends who make your world." 

Steve. . . tall . . . always smiling . . . suede jacket . . . likes flashy cars, fun 
people... skiing, swimming ... S.R., J. P., L.C., S.O., J.S.. S.E., . . . 
"Decent!" . . . pet peeves: getting up Monday mornings, balloons . . . two 
booker . . . dislikes phony people . . . "Give me a break!" ... "5 people 
to a locker— great fun!" . . . found in N.H. or around Westwood . . . 
Babson College . . . accounting. 

Senior Play; Pep Club 4; Ski Team 1, 2. 



Phil Twomey 

42 Lorraine Road 

"Life is opening the crackerjacks and hating the surprise." 

Philsky . . . likes life and capitalism . . . enjoys volleyball, tennis and Joni 
Mitchell . . . dislikes visitors at 4:30 a.m. . . . found wandering endlessly 
. . . "Bozoed" . . . "Ouazuud" . . . definite gentleman and liberal pacifist 
. . . plans to "accomplish and succeed. " 



Neil Vanzile, Jr. 

"I have always said and done what I am." 

Zile . . . Ozone man . . . likes J. Lennon, The Dead, WBCN, Old Golds . . . 
found out and about; anywhere, anytime. . . pet peeves: worms in the 
carport . . . dislikes P. McCartney and rowdies. . . favorite people: S.S., 
Roncki, Yo . . . college bound. 

Football 1; Swim team 1, 2, 3. 



Deborah Vozzella 

95 Hemlock Drive 

"A smile cost nothing but means so much." 

Debbie . . . tall, big brown eyes . . . pet peeves: pesty people, going to bed 
at night and getting up in the morning, staying in one place for too long, 
diets. . . enjoys going out, swimming, waterskiing, driving and traveling 
. . . likes Firebirds, Trans Ams, Disco, North End, dancing and walking 
on the beach at night . . . "Tea for me." . . . favorite people: DP., N.P., 
J.T., P.S., K. . . . found in the green Charger, down the Cape and at the 
beach . . . quiet, sarcastic, but easy to get along with . . . airline stew- 
ardess. 

Business Club 3, 4. 



Robert Wallace 
181 School Street 

Bob. . . likes parties, bartending, cars, fighting. . . quiet girls . . . the 
summer of '74 . . . "Ask me if I care" . . . dislikes snobby people, going 
to class, cars with problems . . . found at the Medfield L., Rob's Garage, 
Mr. F.'s office, Texaco. . . favorite people: Rob, Brownie, Miss Congdon, 
Cindy . . . animals . . . good sense of humor . . . rowdie ... a bit on the 
nervous side! . . . electrician. 

Hockey 1, 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Kathleen Warren 

176 Strasser Avenue 

"Those who bring sunshine to the lives of others cannot keep it from 
themselves." 

Kathy . . . likes Nantasket "74", summer "75", rainy day walks... 
dislikes people who always talk about cars... "Shut up!"... "Call 
me." . . . pet peeves include empty gas tanks and B.H.'s feet. . . always 
blushing and wearing sneakers and painters pants . . . found at Mac's, 
Roche Bros., or with 8 and the H.A.D.C. . . . favorite people include 
G.B., L.S., CM., H.M. . . . plans to attend college and study criminal 
justice. 

Drama Club 1, 2; Chorus 3; Senior Class Play. 



Ellen Waters 
82 Fisher Street 

"The more faithfully you listen to the voice within you, the better you 
will hear what is sounding outside." 

Ellen. . . E.W.P., likes food, mail, good loud music, class of "75". "I 
should have graduated last year." Dislikes, people who don't write back, 
typing checks, grey hairs. Found on the beam. Hale, on long bike rides, 
skiing, gymnastics, initialed sweaters, levis . . . pet peeves . . . Mrs. D's 
swim team practices, F.D., Green Vega's, people who ask "IrVhay's the W 
in the middle?" . . . "Yeah, you're right!" . . . Springfield College. 

Activities: Orchestra 1. 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 
Gymnastics 4; Majorettes 1 , 2, 3. 



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Judith Watson 

129 Dover Road 

"Mischief sparkles in her eyes, and her laughter never dies." 

Judi . . . pet peeves: red lights, waiting for Ann, getting into trouble with 
Rhonda, and being teased . . . enjoys all nighters with Cindy ■ ■ ■ likes 
partying, eating good food, crabmeat subs, the Stones, beaches . . . dis- 
likes things that irk her. . . "I'm telling!" . . . "Stop it!". . . favorite 
people: B, A, ft, C, G, P. W., Miss C, PLA members and the gang . . . 
found with Cindy, in the Chevelle with Ann, and anywhere she shouldn't 
be ... cute .. . long lashes . . . a funny person to be with . . . college. 

Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 1,2; Senior Hockey Game; Track 2. 



Mark Watson 
162 Tamarack Road 

"If first you don't succeed try and try again." 

Mark . . . "How goes it?" . . . likes: Phoenix, MO, camping, women and 
the beach . . . dislikes: double physics, freshman, womens lib, carb's, 
necks, puffers, grade 9 . . . "Hey it's ok.". . . Favorite people: "Z" and 
DeMolays . . . Found at games, cruising, Norwood and Mid Huns . . . "It's 
been real", "For keeps." . . . Always smiling. . . "1+1=2" . . . transfer 
student from Phoenix. 

Football 1; Sacred Cheese 4; Yearbook Staff, Basketball 1. 



Richard Watson 
28 Ridgewood Road 

"I am what I wish to be when I wish to be it." 

Doctor . . . skiing, sailing, track . . . likes: Monty Python, Marx Brothers 
... dislikes: mud flats... favorite people: Austrailian mutes... pet 
peeves: double physics, Barry Reed's jokes . . . found: at cape or track 
practice . . . big and blond . . . always acting crazy . . . known to be . . . 
when with the boys . . . member HADC . . . college. 

Student Council 3; Winter Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Football 1; Sacred Cheese 1, 2, 3; Student-Faculty Forum 3. 



Peter Watts 
175 Conant Road 

"The market is our temple." 

Wattso . . . Rowdy . . . pet peeves: Hilairy women, the port creatures, an 
empty cooler. . . likes "Boahs", B.P.'s . . . dislikes "D's" and Ebbtide . . . 
favorite activities: drawing cartoons, water skiing, B-ball, partying, haras- 
sing . . . "To the market!" . . . "Care!" . . . "Whip that scrace." . . . favor- 
ite people: Roux, Krauso, Sull, Cardo, and those boys . . . Chatham, and 
wee hour screaming with Krauso . . . an active member of the PLA. . . . 
college 

Senior play; Football 1; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Sacred Cheese 3,4; Basketball 
1,2; P.L.A. 1,2, 3-Chairman 4. 



Anne White 
27 Dean Avenue 

"If you love something let it go free. If it doesn't come back it was never 
really yours. If it does love it forever." 

Annie . . . pet peeves: unfriendly people and Westwood . . . enjoys watch- 
ing soap operas, partying and talking a lot. . . likes lollipops, Camaros, 
and daydreaming . . . dislikes being burned out, and when people get mad 
at her. . . "Seriously" . . . "He's my baby" . . . "Stephen" . . . "Goingup 
the Post?"... "C.S." . . . Favorite people: Stephen, R.D., L.T., J. I., 
D.D., M.A., and Mr. Snell . . . Found with Steve in Hyde Park or at the 
Post or anywhere . . . 4/23/75 . . . Edith Bunker . . . Quartet . . . Short, 
strawberry blonde hair. Friendly . . . Hair Dressing School. 



Martha Whiting 
30 Westland Avenue 

"The smallest candle fills a mile with its rays." 

Martha . . . likes food, beaches, "Bim", laughing. . . dislikes school 
lunches, homework, Reese's. . . "Ya" . . . "Cute" . . . "I can't decide" 
. . . pet peeves: shorthand, 3 studies last on Friday, being 5'H" . . . B.C., 
M.F., P.C., C.S., DM., found at Bustins, in white Datson, at Mac's, at 
B.B., skiing in N.H. . . . skiing, tennis, concerts . . . college. 

Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Drill Team 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; 
Softball Manager 2; French Club 1 . 

Laura Williams 
175 Canton Street 

"No bird soars too high, if he soars with his own wings." 

Laur . . . always talking. . . pet peeves: window, braces, taking beatings 
. . . enjoys swimming, bicycling, tennis . . . likes food and Rye Beach . . . 
hates make-up. getting washed ashore, fishing . . . "Care!" . . . "What a 
killer!" . . . favorite people: Mare, B. D., and others . . . found at Mac's or 
in the toy car . . . Wheaton. 

Senior Hockey game; Track 2, 3; Sacred Cheese 2; National Honor 
Society 3, 4; Drama club 2; Yearbook staff; Swim team 3, 4; Gymnastics 
1 , 3; Pep club 1 ; Spanish club 2. 








Leslie Williams 
197 Hartford Street 

"The best and noblest lives are those which are set towards high ideals." 

Leslie . . . doodling, singing, traveling. . . pet peeves: laughing long after 
its funny, never throwing anything away . . . likes old and new movies, 
foreign accents. . . dislikes getting up in the morning, thinking of the 
right thing to say too late . . . "Weell", "Is it washable?", "Dang Nam-It" 
. . . favorite people: Beck, G.P., E.W., and the I.B., Newman and Pacmo 
. . . weird faces, movie fanatic, daydreaming, sentimental . . . college. 

Chorus 1 ; Senior Play 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Secretary 4; Drama 
Club 3, 4; Yearbook Staff; Associate Editor; Madrigals 4; Swim Team 1, 
2, 3; French Club 3, 4. 

Robie Wilson 
173 Mayfair Drive 

"Men of few words are the strongest men." 

Robie . . . likes people and music, art and sports . . . favorite people are 
Karen, Demps and Bish . . . found playing guitar, jamming, in New 
Hampshire . . . "Robespierre" . . . quiet, blonde and blue-eyed . . . Berk- 
lee Music College. 

Band 4; Track 1 ; Soccer 2, 3; Swimming 1 , 2, 3; Diving 3; Gymnastics 2. 






Mary Woicik 
520 Canton Street 

"But most she loves a happy human face." 

Mare. . . Woic . . . creative. . . pet peeves: cigarette smoke, pennies, 
drooly dogs . . . enjoys sewing, reading, sleeping . . . hates lima beans, 
wearing shoes . . . likes Vogue patterns, Beach Boys, dogs. Rye Beach . . . 
"Peachy-Keen!" . . . "Howdy." . . . "Bye-bye." . . . favorite people: Laur, 
Skip, Kitty . . . found at Mac's, the sewing machine, So-Fro Fabrics. . . 
pretty blue eyes . . . U. Mass-Amherst. 

Senior Play; Cheerleader 1, 3; Hockey Cheerleader 2; Pep club 1. 2, 3; 
Sacred Cheese 4; National Honor Society 4; Yearbook staff; No Paren- 
thesis 4; AFS club 2; Alteration shop 4; Senior Hockey game; Chairman 
of Student Steering Committee 4; Track 2. 



Robert Wyllie 
8 Strafford Road 

"There is nothing new except what is forgotten." 

Bob. . . Wyles . . . pet peeves: the B.L.T.... enjoys playing the drums, 
drawing . . . likes huge parties. . . "Just, no way!" . . . "Hey!" . . . favor- 
ite people: T.B., L.S., G.S.. M.C. . . . found cruisin' . . . work, then 
college. 

Yearbook Photographer 2, 3, 4; School Photographer 1 , 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 
1,2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2; Sacred Cheese 1, 2; Harlequin 1,2. 



Joseph Zabilski 

75Colleigh Street 

"An honest man's the noblest work of God " 

Skip . . . "Z" . . . enjoys football, track, guitar, baby powder fights . . . 
dislikes double physics, rained-out games, boring Saturday nights, and 
stalled cars in the rain . . . likes C block English, T.D. passes. . . "We 
came to tie!" . . . favorite people include Martha, Rick, Mary, Mark . . . 
found on football practice field, high jump mats or in the Buick . . . tall 
and handsome . . . B.C. 

Senior Play 4; Football 1, 2, 3; captain 4; Winter Track 1, 2, 3; captain 4; 
Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4; National Honor Scoiety 3, 4; Student Steering 
Committee 4. 




EARLY GRADUATES 



Nancy larocci 

24 Larch Street 





"If a man does not keep pace with his companions perhaps it is because 
he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music he hears 
however measured or far away." 

Nancy . . . vegetarian, pessimist . . . likes black cats, Boston . . . "I don't 
know!" . . . pharmacist . . . Northeastern. 



Tina Williams 
60 Walpole Street, Dover 

Tina . . . enjoys listening to good music, swimming, and Softball . . . likes 
Brahms, Mr. B., meeting people and subways . dislikes cold auditori- 
ums, late rehearsals, being neat, getting dressed up . . pet peeves are 
practicing, the schools bells, and fingernails scratching on chalk boards 
. . . "eh?" . . . found in Mr. B's office or in the N.E. Conservatory . . 
favorite people include Mr. B., N.K., K.O., J.D. . . . vegetarian . . . blue 
jeans . . . plans to be a successful cellist. 

Brass Ensemble 1, 2; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; All State Orchestra 1. 2, 3; All 
Eastern Orchestra 3; Concert Band 1 ; Drama Club 2, 3; National Honor 
Society 3. 



John Clegg 

25 Deerfield Avenue 

"True worth is in being, not seeming.' 





Under a Winking Sun 

We floated lightly, blindly. 

Airily, we breathed through pores of 

Thunderous sunshine. 

Mischievously proud, 

We danced on low, free winds; 

Then were caught on knotted brambles 

Which cooled with mint soft buds. 

Each watery bead wandered expectantly. 

Struggling, disentangling. 

Gathering strength in strange separation, 

Clinging to the Past and Present 

In sightless obedience to the Future. 

Converging once more 

We form a soothing, confident pool 

Of pondering individuals. 

The mirrored drops glisten 

Both alone and in confluence 

Under a winking sun. 

—Rosemary Conway 




Like Roses in the Park 

In the rose garden in 

the park 
let us learn how little there is 

to fear 
from the competition of 

conflicting seasons— 
and avoid comparisons, 
alone in that quiet place. 
The stillness of the slender bushes 

is, in itself, a virtue. 
The velvety crimson petals 

bask in brightness; 
solitude is theirs alone. 
The lush greenery blankets 

the earth's bareness 
with growth in all directions. 
Nurtured in the same soil, 

each plant is alike, yet 

somehow different. 
Let us learn to branch towards 

the sun 
like roses in the park 

—Kami Ballantine 




Years of hardening must my hands chisel 

For days past were molded as clay 

In the visions of elders and peers 

Concealed am I in stone 

Chipping it off to unveil myself 

Then readying to be bronze cast 

So I may remain sturdy. 

My intellect is the tool 

To sculpt my soul 

And polish the scratches. 



—Heather Moulton 




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CLASS HISTORY 



FRESHMAN YEAR 

We came as freshmen, individuals thinking of ourselves and 
of our own immediate friends. We were unaware of what it 
meant to be a class, yet, we were ready to wander into an 
environment of firsts: A "college-style" media center, a "rock 
and roll" mezzanine, a "smoking" courtyard, and a not so 
lucrative Student Council store. 

We were captivated by the gossip column of the Sacred 
Cheese on the first day of school, by Fonzi and the gang on 
Fifties Day, by the Wizard of Oz on Fantasy Day, by an array 
of one-act play characters — both in the fall and spring — and 
by the ever-popular musical, "Bye-bye Birdie." 

Our enthusiasm was born at this time for the sports life at 
Westwood High School football games, track meets, and tennis 
matches took on a new meaning for us. As we, members of the 
Class of 1976, participated in them — mud in the pool, Mary 
Anne and Anne on the courts, and Fab on the field. 

Do you also remember having sopping wet, sometimes 
frozen hair from the "mandatory" swim classes or Mr. Sloan's 
promotion to high school with us — bearded AFS'er Claret 
Battistella — or Mr. Doyle's chasing us into the "No Pass Area" 
— or Vinny Lambert's invasion of Westwood. 

Throughout this celebrated year of "firsts", our class offi- 
cers were: President Steve Polechronis, Vice-President Dave 
Quinn, Secretary Anne McGillicuddy, and Treasurer Kim Ofria. 

SOPHOMORE YEAR 

Sophomore year this class began taking shape in a painfully 
slow way. Although there was a conscious effort towards 
money-raising, we learned what the limits were on what we 
could and could not do. The officers at the time were: Presi- 
dent Donald Smith, Vice President David Bishop, Secretary 
Rosemary Conway and Treasurer Kim Ofria. 

Under their direction, a few activities were accomplished, 
and the class received an A for effort. We picked up $50.00 
here and there at a variety of bake sales at football games and 
at some of the plays, took a trip to the Ice Capades, held a 
skating party at the new Westwood Rink, and spent a day at 
Nantasket Beach. Mr. Earles, then a class advisor for the first 
time, supported us with an enthusiasm few people realized. 

This was also the year the HADC was organized under the 
chairmanship of Gregg Boari. This group was to be followed 
later by equally innovative societies. 

The institution of the AFS dinner was established, and 
Harris Stylianou was the exchange student from Cyprus. 

The second musical of WHS was "Guys and Dolls", so a lot 
of sophomores became cigar-smoking gangsters and gaudy flap- 



pers of the roaring twenties. 

In 1973, Westwood High switched from the Dual County 
League to the Tri-Valley League. It was the first year of Tuc's 
football camps, and the first year of soccer with sophomores 
Jim Fabiano and Stephen Polechronis being two of the three 
captains. 

The only sophomore on Varsity basketball was newcomer 
Mike Miller. The team ended its season with a record of 15-5 
and went to the Eastern Mass. Tournament. Both the Girls' 
Swim and Basketball teams went undefeated and became Tri- 
Valley League champs. 

We all seemed to be trying "independence" while still 
hanging on to old dependencies, but it was a good year for 
deciding in which directions we wanted to go. 

JUNIOR YEAR 

As we became upperclassmen, lectures on the future were 
being rammed down our throats. PSAT's, NMSQT's, SAT's, 
and Achievements were all dutifully taken. A great majority of 
the class had a new found activity — cruising around in the 
family car, while their licenses were hot off the presses. 

Our officers: President, Billy Geary; Vice President, David 
Rice; Secretary, Rosemary Conway; and Treasurer, David 
Quinn converted the class from financially troubled to eco- 
nomically sound. The Junior class's holdings tripled during the 
year; thanks to numerous bake sales, candy sales, and dizzy 
dues drives. The Marx Brothers and their film visited the high 
school in another fund raising venture. 

The event on which the most time was spent was the Prom, 
held at Sidney Hill Country Club with the theme "Time in a 
Bottle". The school musical was Kiss Me Kate. The Sacred 
Cheese was recognized as one of the top school newspapers in 
the Northeast in a tri-state conference held at American Inter- 
national College. 

Hans Lundkvist, whose home base was Sweden, our AFS 
student. Leaving Westwood in the AFS program were Becky 
Smyth, who traveled to Indonesia, and Beth Scollins, who 
visited Belgium. We also had visitors such as Tom Ellis, Father 
Drinan, Len Berman, and Russian sailors gracing our company. 
Westwood High School received the Dalton Trophy as the 
football, girls swimming, girls basketball, winter and spring 
track, girls tennis, and softball teams all were league champs. 
The field hockey team also won two games. With all this 
behind us we finally reached the top. 

SENIOR YEAR 
This year has been the best year for the Class of '76 by far. 
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and the realization that it was finally time to get 
together, we started to look around and see that 
everyone was out to enjoy life. This meant a variety 
of things to various people, but we learned to re- 
spect their differences. 

Planning the year's activities was the tireless class 
advisor Mr. Beurman, helped by the senior home- 
room teachers and President Bill Geary, Vice Presi- 
dent Stephen Polechronis, Secretary Rosemary Con- 
way and Treasurer Bill Burhoe. The class served the 
whole school with the doughnut program under the 
direction of Stephen Polechronis. Almost all the 
activities were successful in enjoyment and partici- 
pation, including the Senior Class Play "Tom 
Jones", breakfast at Bickford's, the wheelchair bas- 
ketball game, the girls vs. boys hockey game, the 
banquet and the class trip. 

Intermingled with these activities were the mud- 
dy Thanksgiving Day football game, skip day at Old 
Silver Beach, the Prom and Cahoon's. 

In the fall, the senior class play was a unifying 
force and a good time for all. The stars of the 18th 
century piece were David Quinn and Debbie 
Goodale. The greatest contributor however, was 
Danny Towle, who came through with a party in a 
dangerously desperate situation. 

Also in drama, "Oklahoma" emerged as our last 
musical. Clay "Baltimore" McNally arrived in time 
to land one of the leading roles, which were shared 
by Mark Cavanaugh, Jeanne Munroe, Cindy 
Goodale, Robin Crawford and Mark Gelotte. 

The Banquet was an especially successful eve- 
ning. Undertaken with the eyes of the world upon 
us, it was a sophisticated, civilized night of dinner 
and dancing. The class trip was just as enjoyable. 

In sports, the girls' basketball and swim teams 
went undefeated in the league, and were joined by 
the boys' football and track teams. Westwood High 
School will be missing all the fantastic athletes that 
have led many of its winning teams over the past 
four years. 

We had the pleasure of having exchange students 
Ewald Filler from Austria and Mari Tsuda from 
Japan, who were among the most open and friend- 
liest members of our class. 

Being seniors brought other experiences as well. 
Breakfast at Ann's, lunch at Mac's and Louis', col- 
lege applications, turning legal, the PLA and Mr. 
Flaherty's lunch patrol were a few. Others were the 
continuing saga of Annie and Mud, Dr. Lehner and 
his clipboard, highway equipment in the courtyard 
and fog area signs. 

It's strange to think that we've only really gotten 
to know ourselves as a whole in this one year, but it 
was all worth waiting for. We've had some good 
times but it's not over yet. Here's to graduation, a 
great party at Paul's, and a happy, fulfilled life in 
the future. 



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M. Woicik 


D. Millward 


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T. Tsebetzis 


A. Saia 


K. Arakelian 


A. Skelskie 


M. Murphy 








L. Williams 


R. Conway 


M. Fox 


K. Ballantine 


M. Band 








B. Geary 


M. Katler 


B. Denehy 


C. Keating 


C. Howland 








G. Fuller 


C. Andrews 


A. Lobosco 


B. Griffiths 


D. Murray 








G. DeAngelis 


R. Johnson 


A. Perlman 


L. Fafara 


L. Sarro 








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C. Goodale 
I. Pendergast 
M. McNamara 
C. Mooncai 



H. Moulton 
K. Derwin 
C. Huntington 
A. White 



M. Pizzuto 
N. Meridan 
S. Corkery 
J. Watson 



B. Powers & J. Deacon 
L. Beausang 
T. Bulman 



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D. Olson 




C. Meyer 


C. Smith 


D. Johnson 


D. Quinn 


M. Hill 


M. Gelotte 


M. Cavanaugh 


T. Merrow 


N. Shepperson 


B. Smyth 


G. Pisano 


T. Johnson 


B. Burhoe 


B. Ingraham 








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Best Looking 

Karen Kaligian 
Dave Rice 



Done Most for Class 

Bill Geary 
Rose Conway 




Most Intellectual 

Kim Crocker 
Mark Stone 











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Best Dressed 

Jeanne Munroe 
Bill Burhoe 



Class Wits 

Barry Reed 

Helen McDonald 



Most Dependable 

Bill Burhoe 

Karol Ballantine 

Stephen Polechronis 




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Most Likely to Succeed 
Dan Towle 
Kim Ofria 



Class Flirts 

Steve Polechronis 
Cindy Ferraro 



Most Artistic 
Jan O'Leary 

Heather Moulton 
Don Smith 




Most Athletic 

Mary Ann McCoy 
Jim Fabiano 



Most Musical 

Sherry Madden 
Jon Finn 



Friendliest 

Clay McNally 
Tina Johnson 



Most Versatile 

Dan Towle 

Beth Schweitzer 

Ann McGinnis 




Best Actor and Actress 

Mark Cavanaugh 
Jeanne Monroe 



Best Natured 

Dirk Kraus 

Lindy Sweeny 

Jeff Deacon 



Most School Spirit 

Susan Bero 

Vinny Lambert 



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Class Officers 

President — Kerry Nee 

Vice President — Linda Fabiano 

Secretary — Paula McDonald 

Treasurer — Nancy Fabiano 





Homeroom 24 
Kneeling, left to right: Kathy Devlin, Barbara 
Bonner, Brenda Bashian, Roy Barter, Stephen 
Bourne, Ted Beaton, Steve Boyle. Rear: Soili 
Ayoub, Theresa Altimar, Michele Bolduc, 
Meredith Beers, Peggy Atkins, Cindy Baker, 
Linda Blum, Sue Ballantine. 



Homeroom 35 
Kneeling, left to right: Steve Boyle, Frank Cardi- 
nal, Tony Campagna, Peter Carroll, John Cava- 
naugh, Scott Broadhurst, Bill Cannata, Gary Cap- 
puccino. Rear: Maura Casey, Mary Burke, Kathy 
Devlin, Chessy Busalacchi, Sue Ballantine, Rita 
Clark. 



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Homeroom 110 
Kneeling, left to right: T. Collette, J. Delessandro, L. DiBenedetto, R. DeVasto, B. Cullen, P. Dressens, 
L. DiGregorio, A. Daitch. Rear: J. Dacey, D. Doherty, K. Devlin, B. Bonner, K. Cudworth, N. Davis, J. 
Decatur, K. Cook, S. Dettbarn. 





Homeroom 112 
Kneeling, left to right: J. Foster, P. Fallavollita, D. 
Fleming, D. Follett, J. Fabiano. Rear: L. Fraza, N. 
Fabiano, S. Dunker, L. Finnegan, K. Fallon. 



JUNIORS 



Homeroom 1 13 
Kneeling, left to right: S. Harrington, J. Garside, P. 
Hendrickson, T. Gould, G. Hall. Rear: D. Halligan, 
T. Harrison, L. Gattozzi, V. Gulla, J. Hildebrandt, 
D. Freidl, M. Hanlon. 



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Homeroom 121 
Kneeling, left to right: E. Larkin, K. 
Kendrick, P. Kouri, J. Jarvis, C. Lin- 
denmeyer, T. King, C. Klint. Rear: R. 
Maloof, B. Kelly, P. Kenny, D. Keegan, 
J. Larson, R. Mackey, M. Love, K. 
Love. 




Homeroom 124 
Kneeling, left to right: D. Madden, A. 
Martin, S. Mathys, J. McGowen, F. 
Massey, C. Madge, T. McBride, N. Mac- 
lellan, T. McGrath. Rear: J. McGowan, 
K. Mathews, D. McCafferty, P. Mc- 
Donald, L. McGee, K. MacMunn, S. 
Marrow, K. MacMullen, T. McCarthy. 



Homeroom 125 
Kneeling, left to right: B Newell, J. 
Meyer, D. Mclnnis, M. Moeller, F. 
Meagher, K. Moran, J. North, T. 
Nichols, B. McNeill. Rear: K. Millward, 
K. Nordstrom, A. Montgomery, B. 
Morin, K. Moses, T. McLean, S. Miller, 
K. Mullarkey, K. Nee, E. McParland. 




JUNIORS 




Homeroom 129- A 
Kneeling, left to right: Mike Richardson, Rod Procaccino, 
Pete Randall, Scott Nyborn, Tom Perry, Paul Powell, Bill 
Rogers, Bruce Clay, Steve Boyle, John Mclver. Rear: Carol 
Rinaldi, Michele Rizzo, Marilyn Reddish, Katie Quynn, 
Charlotte Rasmussen, Deanie Pearce, Mary Ellen Reilly, 
Lynn Finnegan, Sue Pecararo, Tina Pandolfo, Robert 
Resker. 



Homeroom 141-B 
Kneeling, left to right: D. Sullivan, D. Spakevicius, J. Sup- 
ple, J. Sullivan. Rear: K. Scholz, M. Sullivan, L. Stacey, D. 
Clarke, S. Scollins, L. Sesnovich, D. Scibilia, C. Devlin, I. 
Ruza. 



Homeroom 153 
Kneeling, left to right: M. Vartebedian, S. Wakelin, J. 
Webster, G. White, P. Wheeler. Rear: R. Brown, A. Mont- 
gomery, C. Welch, R. Surette. 



SOPHOMORES 




Room 30 
Kneeling, left to right: M. Agar, N 
Boyle, D. Besser, A. Angelici, R. Bernar 
do, C. Berg, R. Black, J. Bertman. Stand 
ing: C. Bernardo, P. Benincasa, B. Berry 
M. Battle, J. Babineau, J. Bishop, B 
Brock, S. Bardzilowski, J. Atkinson. 




Room 34 
Kneeling, left to right: P. Bruno, G 
Criss, S. Brown, D. Bullock, F. Clark, C 
Collette, L. Cariani, M. Coggins. Stand 
ing: J. Cavanaugh, K. Burhoe, S. Bullis 
L. Collins, S. Cobb, J. Coleman, R. Cas 
trechini, M. Crowley, L. Cappuccino. 






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Room 72 
Kneeling, left to right: F. Erlandson, S. 
DiBari, A. Fales, A. DiAttilio, D. Dion, 
G. Curtin, B. Dullea, V. D'Ambrosio. 
Standing: L. Daniels, L. Drayton, J. 
Dowd, L. Cullen, D. Effgen, C. DeFeo, 
T. D'Allessandro, J. Cudworth, L. Dray- 
ton, C. DiMattia, K. Dargan. 



Room 111 
Kneeling, left to right: J. Fitzhenry, M. 
Frasca, K. Gallagher, J. Fannon, R. Gib- 
lin, J. Gavin, D. Dion, R. Gallagher, N. 
Finnegan. Standing: A. Giovino, S. 
Friedl, S. Follett, R. Flynn, D. Gilroy, 
A. Gallant, P. Frew, S. Fitzgerald, S. 
Flaherty, C. Gallberg, L. Ferraro, M. 
Ford. 



Room 115 
Kneeling, left to right: D. O'Sullivan, R. 
Gresl, G. Guerriero, C. Howe, D. Hill, E. 
Hedlund, D. Hall, J. Goode, J. Herlihy. 
Standing: D. Harrington, K. Hahn, S. 
Hill, C. Hastings, K. Hubbell, W. Howitt, 
P. Halkett, G. Hoffman, S. Hooper, K. 
Hanberry, J. McGee. 

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SOPHOMORES 



Room 120 
Kneeling, left to right: S. Karp, B. Kilburne, M. Kinne, K. Kendrick, P. Kelly, R. Kostigen, S. Kent, L. Joyce. 
Standing: E. Hurley, M. Keane, J. Kelly, L. Jarvis, N. Kraus, R. Hubner, E. Ingraham, V. Irvine. 




Room 123 
Kneeling, left to right: J. Lane, J. Mahoney, 
J. Mahoney, G. Mingels, S. MacQuarri, C. 
Massey, P. McDermott. Standing: J. Lund, 
M. McCoy, R. Macan, J. Francis, J. Ladd, N. 
Lynch, P. Landry, M. Lanzilla, J. MacMul- 
lan, A. Lester. 



Room 129-B 
Kneeling, left to right: J. Messina, P. McGin- 
nis, J. Merrow, P. Mirsky, M. McNamara, H. 
Mooncai, D. Murphy. Standing: S. McNally, 
Y. McKenna, M. Nee, K. McSweeney, J. 
McKeown, J. McGee, M. Napoleone, L. Mc- 
Gilly, J. Murray. 



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Room 132 
Kneeling, left to right: G. Pearson, D. Pan- 
dolfo, L. Perna, M. O'Neil, D. Ogilvie, M. 
Reddish, J. Rinaldi. Standing: C. Steeger, S. 
Reed, G. Suman, A. Pizzuto, D. Rizzo, K. 
O'Neil, L. Porter. 






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Room 133 

Kneeling, left to right: M. Sham, D. 
Robertson, H. Sanford, A. Scarlatta, H. 
Schaeffer, J. Sherlock, B. Russell. Stand- 
ing: L. Ferraro, K. Sullivan, T. Sabbag, 
L. Taksery, P. Sheehan, J. Sullivan, N. 
Stockford. 



Room 144-C 
Kneeling, left to right: G. Mitchell, T. 
Vivona, A. Vartabedian, N. Thibault, D. 
Towle, T. Troy, J. Tosi. Standing: E. 
Wefald, W. Youlden, J. Taylor, L. Wad- 
den, S. Walsh, J. Warren. 



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Room 23 
Kneeling, left to right: B. Beaubieu 
K. Brawley, C. Beattie, P. Basile, J 
Bain, J. Barden, A. Atallah, C. At 
kins. Rear: K. Balabanis, J. Barring 
ton, A. Bennett, D. Bailey, J. Bishop 
J. Bernard, L. Bloom, L. Bartow, S 
Basch, E. Berlin, J. Bashian, S. Bern 
sen. 



Room 48 
Kneeling, left to right: K. Martin, E. 
Larson, R. Landry, S. Mackey, J. 
Macri, D. Kinsman, J. Lynch, R. 
Kuppens, J. Kerivan, C. Lund, P. 
Manchester, T. Magri. Rear: D. Kram- 
er, M. Lobosco, E. Maus, L. Leonard, 
D. Klint, P. Kontrimas, M. Keough, 
A. Mason, E. MacDonald, K. Larson, 
M. Johnson, E. Berlin, L. Lynch. 





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Class Officers 
Left to right: Nadine Neville, Vicky 
Quinn, Lauren Jarvis, Kay Mont- 
gomery. 





CLASS OF 
1979 



Room 33 
Kneeling, left to right: A. Brown, M. 
Carver, J. Ciampa, K. Burke, D. Carl- 
son, C. Colpitts, M. Clarke, D. Craw- 
ford. Rear: A. Costinis, L. Brooks, B. 
Clement, L. Connors, D. Carr, C. 
Bounato, J. Coloney, S. Cook, B. 
Cappucino. 



Room 43 
Kneeling, left to right: P. DelloRusso, 
K. Doursounian, S. Devlin, R. Daley, 
R. Doherty, D. Easland, P. Engeian, 
G. DiGregorio, M. Fabiano, B. Dea- 
con. Rear: D. Doyle, J. Delaplace, S. 
Dew, A. Deacon, J. Cullen, G. Edson, 
L. Daitch, S. Daher, K. Doull, H. 
Fairbanks, V. Dare, M. Donlon. 



Room 45 
Kneeling, left to right: C. Ferzoco, N. 
Geary, E. Francis, J. Gattozi, B. Gal- 
lagher, A. Gilmore, M. Flynn, P. 
Gaughan, B. Gavin, J. Fannon. Rear: 
C. Gomes, S. Galins, S. Foster, S. 
Fuller, L. Gerulskis, D. Fleming, A. 
Gillespie, P. Gavin, M. Fitzpatrick, J. 
Gillespie, S. Gellotte. 

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1979 



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Room 71 
Kneeling, left to right: J. McCoy, T. 
Michael, K. Meagher, M. McNamara, D. 
Megley, J. McCafferty, J. McDermott, J. 
Messina, B. McDonald, P. McGovern, S. 
Millard. Rear: C. Mitchell, B. McElroy, 
L. Maxwell, T. Monac, S. Monaghan, K. 
McHugh, A. Mitchell, K. Montgomery, 
M. McGinnis, L. McCarthy, C. McGill, C. 
Moeller. 



Room 48A 
Kneeling, left to right: T. Jacobs, J. Bar- 
den, R. Carbonaro, T. Harrington, E. 
Harnett, J. Gundel, S. Haywood, A. 
Hasiotis, C. Haley, E. Huber. Rear: K. 
Hazen, L. Hess, P. Henderson, L. Giberti, 
K. Kaligian, K. Keefe, J. Higginbottom, 
A. Hanlon, A. Kelly, A. Ihnatko, J. 
Howley, C. Keegan. 



Room 157A 
Kneeling, left to right: C. Scholz, J. Sil- 
verman, H. Sturgis, J. Scibilia, R. Sur- 
rett, C. Sheehy, J. Sterling, F. Tah- 
moush, P. Swartz, K. Smith, D. Smith, S. 
Swann. Rear: P. Tavalone, L. Stevenson, 
B. Shepperson, D. Sullivan, T. Smith, M. 
Shamon, J. Sten, R. Tarullo, D. Shan- 
ning, M. Sullivan, L. Rossetti, D. Runci, 
S. Seward. 
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Room 157B 
Kneeling, left to right: M. Vogel, 
R. Viar, B. Westhaver, C. Ventola, 
M. Turley, M. Warren, M. Wallace, 
R. Wylhe, D. Watson. Rear: M. 
Whitley, L. Vivona, P. Whalen, E. 
Troy, D. Valys, L. White, M. Web- 
ber, L. Weafald, K. VanStry, V. 
Wilhelm, S. Tosi, J. Turner, L. 
Towle, D. Walsh. 



Room 141A 
Kneeling, left to right: M. Rush 
ton, A. Piazza, G. Quinn, J 
Rosenberg, D. Roche, R. Sareault 
P. Ruza, J. Ryan. Rear: C. Pow 
ers, M. Rizza, L. Randall, C 
Prevett, M. Schmitt, B. Ratto, B 
Mutchler, A. Savioli, C. Rich, V 
Quinn, A. Robinson, K. Powers 



Room 101 
Kneeling, left to right: D. 

O'Rourke, P. O'Reilly, C. Nagle, 
T. Mulroy, A. Ogden, G. Pissano, 
T. Petrakos, B. Moulton. Rear: B. 
Palmer, N. Neville, A. Pelusi, N. 
Nee, A. Murphy, H. Moulton, J. 
Nicol, J. Nagler, J. Mullins, R. 
Parlee. 



Room 72 
Seated, left to right: Laura 
Schmatzler, Mary Henderson, 
Mary Walsh, Theresa McGiggin. 
Rear: Kathy Forsberg, Dwayne 
Gooch, Michael Rourke, David 
Koval, Mark Curran. 



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FOOTBALL 



. . . Green Pride . . . lonely days . . . Hey Ernie, stop bump- 
ing .. . Thor . . . Cabilfki, it'll never work . . . MC . . . Fountas 
vs. Team . . . pre-pre-pre-specialty periods . . . banana-type sit- 
uation . . . 3-5 . . . baby powder fights ... I don't want HIM in 
there . . . stumpy . . . Come on you Sull . . . holding hands in 
the huddle!? . . . sooo ugly . . . you got a pimple?? ... Al- 
right! . . . who wants to score!! . . . Funky Moose, Funky 
Chicken, and Funky Weasle . . . 

Under the direction of Head Coach Paul Tuccelli, and 
Senior Tri-Captains Mike Band, Dan Towle, and Skip Zabilski, 
the 41 member Wolverine team faced the challenges of what 
others thought would be a rebuilding year. With 17 spirited 
seniors setting the pace, the Wolverines were out to prove they 
didn't need any rebuilding! With seniors Vince Lambert, Phil 
Lyons, Dan Towle, Dave Brawley and Ed Susi on the offensive 
line, and Skip Zabilski, Chuck Sullivan, Mike Band and Danny 
Sheehan in the backfield the Wolvefine had plenty of offensive 
punch. Defensively, Westwood was a power to be reck- 
oned with — Mark Digregorio, Roy Johnson, Bobby Wallace, 
and injury sidelined Greg Boari, made other offensive units 



thing called "Green Pride", and it would stick with this young 
team throughout the entire season. 

Westwood opened their ten game slate against the toughest 
team they would face all season, defending superbowl cham- 
pion Hanover Indians. The final score was 14-6, Westwood had 
lost its opener, but proved they were tougher than most had 
expected, as Hanover went on to allow only 12 points scored 
against them all season. 

On Monday, September 29, the Wolverines piled up 422 
yards while belting Hopkinton 25-6. 

The Wolverines went above the .500 mark to stay, when on 
October 4th they traveled to Dover to play the Dover-Sher- 
born Raiders, and play they did as they ground out a 28-12 
victory. 

One week later, Westwood hosted Ashland. By this time 
they had made people realize that they were a force to be 
accounted for. Westwood's defense devastated Ashland, bring- 
ing the Clocker offense to a grinding halt. The final score was 
Westwood 16, Ashland 7. 

On October 28 Westwood met Medway. Both teams were 
undefeated in league play and the victor would sit in first place 
in the Tri-Valley standings. These two teams tied for first last 
year and both wanted to win badly. Nobody could do it 
though, as the game ended in a 6-6 deadlock. 




The 1976 Wolverine Football Squad 

work. Paul Irving, Bill McGrail, Jeff Deacon and A.F.S. stu- 
dent Ewald Filler were right there when needed as all of 
Westwood High knew we were in for a Good Year! 

After months of pre-season workouts, a long hard summer 
camp, lots of work, sweat and pride, the "New" Wolverines 
were finally ready. 

It was Saturday, September 20 and the Wolverines were 
about to open their 1975 football season. As far as most 
people were concerned, Westwood was an uncertainty, there 
were too many "it's". Most people were sure Westwood was 
not going to be a contender. The Wolverines had lost most of 
last year's squad, they had a new quarterback, a new backfield, 
and a first year defensive secondary, it seemed almost every 
face was a new one. No, people thought, Westwood was not 
going to be a contender this year. 

But how wrong they could be — if only they had known 
how far off they actually were. What a surprise they had 
coming! If only they knew that their "new" quarterback, and 
running backs would become some of the best in the division, 
that their "New" defense would be one of the toughest any of 
their opponents would have to face. If only they knew. 

A new aspect of Wolverine football surfaced this year, a 



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Sophomores 
Front, left to right: Jack Tosi, Alfred Angelici, Jon Maloney. Paul 
Johnson, Jim Newman. Rear: Matt Reddish, Jeff Long, Steve Mel nnis, 
Gerard Benson, Joe Fitzhenry, Joe Fannon. 



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On November"!, the Wolverines picked up their first shutout 
of the year, beating Medfield's "Big Blue" 35-0. The West- 
wood defense never let the Warriors get past the Wolverine 24, 
in an outstanding show of defensive strength. 

In their second and last non-league appearance of the year, 
the Wolverines suffered their second loss, (both non-league) of 
the season. Everything seemed to be missing as Wayland pulled 
off a come-from-behind 27-6 victory. 

The next weekend, Westwood traveled to play Big Bad 
Bellingham. Bellingham turned out to be neither "Big" nor 
"Bad" as Westwood branded the Hawks with a 36-1 3 victory. 

In a rain-postponed Millis game on November 22, The 
Wolverines posted their second shut out of the year, as Chuck 
Sullivan scored all four times to lead the Wolverines to a big 
25-0 win. This set up the big Thanksgiving day clash with 
Holliston. Westwood had to beat Holliston, a loss or a tie 
would put them in second place. 

The Wolverines maintained their hex over superbowl-bound 
Holliston in a mud plagued scoreless tie on panther turf. 
Holliston has never scored against Westwood, in 6-0, 8-0 losses 
and this 0-0 tie. 

Westwood finished the Tri-Valley season in second place 
with a 6-0-2 record. A great team, and all of Westwood knew 
it. 
















Juniors 
Front, left to right: Don Stewart, Neal MacElliney. Brian Clay, Jeff Jarvis. 
Rear: Richard Fitzhenry, Paul Fountas, Jeff North, Chris Klint, Peter Boari. 



Seniors 
Front, left to right: Dan Sheehan, Skip Zabilski, Mike Band, Vince 
Lambert, Paul Irving, Ed Susi, Mark DiGregorio. Rear: Chuck Sulli- 
van, Robert Wallace, Roy Johnson, Phil Lyons, Ewalt Filler, Jeff 
Deacon, Bill McGrail, Dave Brawley. 



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Basketball 



The Westwood five ended a long and gruel- 
ing season with a 16-7 record, while reaching 
the quarterfinals of the Tech Tourney for the 
fourteenth time in sixteen seasons. Under the 
able guidance of our own "Wizard of West- 
wood" - Head Coach Gail Thwing and his new 
assistant, Coach Robert Bon, the Wolverines 
started this season in a blistering fashion, beat- 
ing Millis (67-40), Ashland (75-36), and Hop- 
kinton (81-60). 

Led by Dave Olson, top scorer against Millis, 
the daring duo of Mike Miller and Bob Moses, 
playmaker Bill Burhoe, and "super" junior 
Steve Harrington plus a fine bench, the Wolver- 
ines continued the season on the ups and 
downs. 

First a loss to Plymouth-Carver (90-67) de- 
spite a 20 point effort by Dave Olson, then a 
victory over Weston (69-52). Next came a 
heartfelt loss to arch-rival Medfield (65-59) 
backed up against a victorious effort over Mans- 
field (83-60). This was followed by a loss to 
another tough rival, Holliston (64-54) with 
Mike Miller tossing in 21 points for the night. 
Westwood finally got back on the track with 
three straight victories — first against Medway 
(72-62) with Steve Harrington sinking a game- 
high 30 points, then over Bellingham (61-48) 
and lastly trouncing Dover-Sherbourne (74-47) 
with Mike Miller continuing what would even- 
tually lead to high scoring honors in four 
straight games averaging 17 points per game. 

As all good things must come to an end, so, 
too, did their winning streak. Unfortunately it 
was against a team they had previously de- 
feated. 

A three-point loss to Millis (55-52) was a 
great letdown but like all great teams, they 
came back. Not intending to let this kind of 
loss happen again, the Green Machine bombed 
Ashland (66-43), following up with a dazzling 
performance by Steve Harrington as he broke 
the school's record for most points scored in a 
single game by pumping in an unbelievable 45 
points in just three quarters as Westwood de- 
molished Hopkinton (108-63). 

Next came THE GAME, a rematch between 
Westwood and league-leading Medfield. Every- 
one was psyched up and ready — especially 
Mike Miller and Dave Olson. Miller struck for 
21 points and Olson added 1 5 more, along with 
spectacular defense. However, on account of a 
few disputed calls, we lost (73-70). 

Down in spirit after their close loss, West- 
wood lost their next game to Mansfield (62-59) 
but the depression lasted only that one game. 
Westwood went wild, ending the season in a 
blaze of glory, winning their last four games. 
Starting with Holliston (61-50), continuing 
with Medway (82-67) with Dave Olson popping 
in 25 points, then rolling over Bellingham 
(93-47), and Dover-Sherbourne (82-60). Mike 
Miller ended the regular season on a high not 
scoring 28 points against his former school. 

"On to the Tech!" was the cry. Over 
Seekonk (70-58), over Holliston (44-34), final- 
ly reaching the quarterfinals versus Dorchester. 
Despite a gallant effort, our boys went down in 
defeat (68-60) but we were nevertheless proud. 
The Tech was over for us this year but we will 
be back. It was a fine season by a fine squad, 
but it was over. 

The game has ended, the cheers have died 
down, but the memories are still fresh in our 
minds. Goodbye Mike Miller, Dave Olson, Bob 
Moses, and Bill Burhoe. You all made this an 
unforgetable season. 




Varsity 
Front, left to right: B. Burhoe, D. Olson, M. Miller, Captain; S. Harrington, B. Moses. Rear: 
J. Gorham, J. Tavalone, T. McGrath, J. North, M. Bennett, Coach Thwing, D. Thwing. 




Junior Varsity 
Front, left to right: T. Vivona, T. Troy, B. Russell, G. Hall, Captain; G. Benson, M. Agar, P. 
Mirsky. Rear: J. Warren, J. Lane, C. McCoy, P. McDermott, J. Messina, Coach Bonn. 





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A WAY TO WIN 




Varsity 
Kneeling, left to right: A. Deacon, N. Fabiano, C. Bussalachi, N. 
McDonald, B. Bonner. Rear: Coach Delaney-Smith, M. Love, Madeline 
McCoy, A. McGinnis, Mary Ann McCoy, G. DeAngelis, S. McSweeney. 



GIRLS' BASKETBALL 

Well, the girls did it again! The varsity went undefeated (19-0) 
and captured the Tri-valley League title for the third year in a 
row while the JV's had a respectable 17-12 record for second 
place in the league. Under coach Kathy Delaney-Smith, the young 
varsity was built into one of the strongest, most respected teams 
in the state. The team was unified under the leadership of Mary 
Ann McCoy, Ann McGinnis, and Ginny DeAngeles. The team is 
expected to be just as strong next year with several coming up 
from Coach Kathy Schurz's J.V. 

Although the top-seeded Varsity fell victims to Foxboro in the 
state tourney, their accomplishments and recognition throughout 
the state were outstanding. 

"Sadness," . . . "Are you bricked over?" . . . the club "RR&L" 
. . . bench jokes . . . Saturday morning practices . . . "give me a 
break" ... "5 springs!" . . . more . . . Fantastic!! 



Junior Varsity 
Front, left to right: J. Fabiano, V. Irvine, L. Fabiano, P. McCarthy, G. 
Hoffman, R. Hubner. Rear: Coach Schurz, M. Nolan, K. Devlin, L. 
Jarvis, K. Dargan, E. Griffin, B. Derwin. 









Co-Captains 

Tina Johnson and Mary Ann McCoy 






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Varsity Field Hockey 
Seated, left to right: K. Devlin, A. McCarthy, D. Effgen, M. Fox, B. Schweitzer, R.Conway, L. 
Nichols, M. Murphy, B. Ingraham. Standing, rear: T. Johnson, Co-Captain; N. Fabiano, D. 
Pearce, K. McSweeney, B. Bonner, J. Babineau, G. Hoffman, J. MacMullen, M. McCoy, 
Co-Captain. Missing from photo: M. Love, C. Dion. 



Taking part 
Is Everything 



FIELD HOCKEY 
Sticks much . . . Ricey babes . . . "Get off our field" . . . 
Lou's F.H. party . . . "Shine a moon, Dec" . . . What a hacker 
. . . Where's the ball? . . . Press agent Foxy . . . Remember 
Lums!!!! . . . HUSHE ... Go Ant . . . Come on, you can run 
faster than that . . . "Every corner is a goal" . . . We're getting 
closer every year! . . . 

The Varsity Field Hockey team ended their season with a 
fair record of 3-4-1 under the dedicated coaching of Elizabeth 

Rice. The Varsity was filled with 
energetic seniors and the team 
was led by co-captains Mary Ann 
McCoy and Tina Johnson. 

J.V. was coached by Paula 
Hillberg and J.V. had a record of 
2-5-1 under the leadership of co- 
captains Beth Ingraham and Jane 
Cavanaugh. The team looks for- 
ward to next year with hopes 
resting on the younger athletes. 
Perhaps Westwood's Field Hock- 
ey Team won't be far from the 
State's next year? 



Junior Varsity 
Kneeling, left to right: K. Hanley, J. 
Cavanaugh, V. Irvine, I. Leonard, C. 
Jarvis. Standing, rear: K. Kaligian, B. 
Ingraham, P. Frew, J. Bashian, L. Sig- 
mund, Coach P. Hillburg. 



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CROSS COUNTRY 



"You're just in time for Cross Coun- 
try . . ." "Line up for Girl's Clubs", 
"Whose Birthday is it?", Up to six inches 
. . . Wider", "Take advantage of their 
mood," "Course for time again?!" "But 
coach it's raining!" 

The Westwood High Cross Country 
team had another good season this year 
with a fine 5-2 record. The squad was led 
by Captains David Quinn, Mark Gelotte, 
and Mark Cavanaugh. The harriers went 
through weeks of grueling practice but 
were disappointed by two close losses. The 
season was a fun one with the jokes and 
"contests" of Barry Reed and Evans 
Howard, two four year men on the squad. 
The surprise of the year was the appear- 
ance of Coach Fischler, dressed in white, 
leading exercises. 

As far as individual performances go, 
the season was one of surprises as well as 
the expected. Greg White had another fine 
year leading the team. Mark Gelotte, a sur- 
prising Paul Powell, David Quinn and Peter 
Dresens rounded out the top five positions. 
Right behind them in the important 6, 7 
and 8th position were Peter Hendrickson, 
Mark Cavanaugh and Steve Bourne. Seniors 
on the squad included Barry Reed, Evans 
Howard, Jon Chapin, Tom Palmer, George 
Lester and the Tri-Captains Quinn, Gelotte 
and Cavanaugh. The team should be strong 
next year with the return of several strong 
Juniors and Seniors and promising Fresh- 
man. 





First row, left to right: Coach H. Fischler, G. White, B. Reed, M. Cavanaugh, D. Quinn, M. 
Gelotte, J. Chapin, G. Lester. Second row: D. Murphy, P. Halkett, S. Swann, P. Dressens, T. 
Palmer, P. Marinelli. Third row: R. Larson, J. Ryan, C. Lund, P. Condrin, P. Powell, B. Palmer, J. 
McCafferty. 




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Captains 
Left to right:B. Murphy, Coach Rice, E. Waters. 



Left to right: 
Cavanaugh. 



Tri-Captains 

D. Quinn, M. Gelotte, M. 



GYMNASTICS 

Murt and the vicious B.R.'s . . . Anita's 
fantastic smile . . . Can we pick up? ... Pal 
on the beam? ... K. B. and her hips? . . . 
Head, toes, nose, and the gang . . . Good 
Luck!!! . . . 

This year's Girls Gymnastic team fin- 
ished their season with a fantastic record of 
6 wins and 2 losses. This made them sec- 
ond in the Tri-Valley League. Under the 
strong but lenient hand of Coach Elizabeth 
Rice, the girls tumbled their way to suc- 
cess. The talented underclassmen look for- 
ward to many more great seasons! 



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Front, left to right: L. Cappuccino, D. CurieMo, A. Gallant, B. Mclntyre, E. Hanley, B. Ratto. 
Rear: C. Bernado, D. Runci, E. Pa) lis, E. Waters, B. Murphy, A. Montgomery, S. McNally, A. 
Murphy. 





Co-Captian Dave Rice 



Varsity 
Front, left to right: J. Gavin, P. Swartz, P. McGinnis, G. Cappuccino, J. Riordan, C. McWade, Co-Captain; P. 
Murphy, Manager. Rear: B. Cullen, Manager; M. Reddish, R. Proccacino, W. Rogers, S. Pratt, T. Merrow, D. Sexton, 
Co-Catpain; P. VanWart, M. Rushton, J. Garside, T. Joyce, J. Proccacino, Coach K. Crowe. (Missing from photo: 
David Rice, Co-Captain). 



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Junior Varsity 
Front, left to right: K. Powers, D. Mulhane, W. Gavin, S. Kent. Rear: M. Reddish, A. 
Fales, J. Ciampa, D. Megley, T. Jacobs, D. Hill, Coach P. Carroll. 




HOCKEY 



The "Outrage" song . . . "Creature" . . . "El" . . . 
Skinhead" . . . Bedford . . . Concord . . . "Hey, she 
doesn't have a red hat on!" . . . silent bus rides . . . 
"Get psyched!" . . . "Does anyone have any gum?' 

This year's Wolverine Hockey squad had a 
memorable season. The team, led by Tri-Captains 
Dave Rice, Chris McWade, and Dennis Sexton, 
gave all they could in each of their games. The 
highlights of the year came in two fantastic ef- 
forts; one against Bedford and the other versus 
Concord. 

The team's all-star goalie Chris McWade proved 
to be frequently tested in the nets. In many games 
he was called on to face the bouncing rubber puck 
nearly sixty times. Dave Rice was the squad's high 
scorer and Tom Joyce was named unsung hero. 
Fine plays were executed by many other team 
members, especially Tom Merrow, Dennis Sexton, 
Bill Rogers, Paul Swartz, Steve Pratt, Mark Rush- 
ton, John Proccacino, Peter VanWart, Jeph Gar- 
side, and Rod Proccacino. 

The team would like to thank their loyal fans — 
the cheerleaders, Mr. McWade, the Rice's, Liz, 
Bren, Sully, Riz, the Pratts, and the Rogers for 
attending all of their games. Coach Kevin Crowe 
also deserves special recognition for all the time he 
put into the team's worthwhile practices and activ- 
ities. 




SPRING TRACK 



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SOCCER 

Varsity Soccer Team 
Seated: J. Gavin, W. Gavin, Swartz, 
Wyllie, McDonald, Powers. Kneeling: 
Hill, Cullen, Rushton, Megley, Garside, 
Watson, Planz, Proccacino, Russell. 
Standing: Santamans, MclMally, Proc- 
cacino, Fabiano, Harrington, Mulhall, 
Polechronis, Abbott, Troy, Burhoe, Dea- 
con, Sexton, Downes, Geary, Sterling, 
Boyle, Lane, Mahoney, Coach Crowe. 

Senior Standouts 
Front, left to right: Captain B. Burhoe, D. Sexton. Rear: 
Captain J. Fabiano, C. McNally, R. Mulhall, Captain S. 
Polechronis. 




Track 
Kneeling, left to right: Joe Fannon, Dave 
Koval, Duane Sullivan, Don Stewart, Skip 
Zabilski, Dan Sheehan, Paul Cappello, Captain; 
Dave Greenwood, Captain; Mark Gelotte, Rick 
Watson, Tom Palmer, Scott Brown, Bob Giblin, 
Paul DiBari, Manager. Rear: Coach J. Gearron, 
Bill Palmer, Doug Crawford, Tom Lindemayer, 
Scott Swann, Sam DiBari, John Cavanaugh, 
Paul Condrin, Greg White, Jeff North, Todd 
McGrath, Peter Dressens, Tom Troy, Dave 
Robertson, John Mclver, John Fannon, Ken 
Smith, Jim Ryan, Coach R. Hargreaves. 





Once again the boys' Spring Track Team remained 
undefeated in the Tri-Valley League. The team, led 
by co-captains Paul Capello and Dave Greenwood 
squelched all of their opposition in every event. 
Under the direction of Coach Hargreaves and Coach 
Gearon, the boys swept their closest competitor 
Holliston in the conference meet and sent Don 
Stewart, Dave Greenwood and Greg White to the 
States. With many strong underclassmen to take the 
place of the graduating seniors, next year's team 
promises to be another winner. 



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settle for less? 



WINTER TRACK 




Champions All 

loach David Sanfason with Tri-Captains Skip Zabilski 
im Fabiano, and Dave Greenwood. 



1976 was labeled a "rebuilding year" for the 
Wolverine Winter Track Team. Coach Sanfason, 
a three-year veteran, knew he would have a 
difficult time filling the vacancies left by last 
year's graduates. With the motto "We came to 
win" and the help of Assistant Coach Paul 
Tuccelli, Coach Sanfason developed the second 
straight undefeated championship. winter track 
team. 

The team, led by Tri-Captains, Jim Fabiano, 
Dave Greenwood, and Skip Zabilski, intimi- 
dated all of their opponents, especially in the 
two-mile with Greg White and Mark Cavanaugh, 
Dave Quinn, and Mark Cavanaugh in the mile, 
league record holder Dave Greenwood in the 
hurdles, and state champion Jim Fabiano in the 
300 and 40. Other great performances were 
turned in by Fred Cogswell, Paul Cappello, 
Chris Andrews, Jon Chapin, Tom Palmer, Skip 
Zabilski, Bill McGrail, Don Stewart, Jeff Jarvis, 
Nick Boyle, and the team's first female letter 
winner, Andrienne Giovino— not to mention a 
host of other underclassmen. 

The only mar in an otherwise perfect record 
came against non-league Shrewsbury when the 
team arrived ten minutes late for the meet, 
resulting in the eventual disqualification of the 
Westwood jumpers after having been allowed to 
compete and win the necessary points required 
to put them on top. 

Capping off the winter season, the Wol- 
verines finished a solid second in the state meet 
with Greenwood, Cogswell, Zabilski, White, and 
Stewart all receiving medals and Fabiano win- 
ning the 300. 

Next year's team looks like another league 
winner with many returning underclassmen and 
Coach Sanfason's new motto in mind — "Num- 
ber one is much more fun!" 





1976 Girls Spring Track Squad 
Captain Karen Kaligian 



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GIRLS SPRING TRACK 



Lindy-tail . . . "We came to tie" . . . "Wait for 
the gun, Jimmy." . . . "I'd like to see you run 
hurdles!" . . . team warm-ups . . . Girls Club 
song . . . "1-2-3 Uhhh" . . . Surprise lap! . . . 
"Cav. off the bus!" . . . oranqe peel fights . . . 
Beth and Joanne . . . Andrienne Giovino — 
Superstar . . . Odeseus and the Pretender . . . 
morning workouts . . . Kentucky fried leg . . . 
"Get lost. Beaker!" . . . "Number two just 
won't do!" . . . Sheman . . . "I'm looking for a 
winner!" ..."DAVE toilerman, let's go! !" 



Under the direction of Coach Schurz, the 
girls jumped, hurdled, and ran their way to a 
first place finish in the Tri-Valley League. Many 
new school and league records were broken by 
this amazing team. Special efforts were turned 
in by Val Irvine, Val Gulla, Sandy Freidl, Liz 
Pal I is, Adrienne Giovino, Karen Kaligian, and 
the three Fabiano's. The team bids a fond fare- 
well to Coach Schurz, as no one can ever take 
her place. 



GOING TD BAT 




Varsity 
Front, left to right: Tom Bulman, Mike Band, Dave Rice, 
Mike Miller, Rick Carroll, Dave Olson, Steve Burke, Jim 
Fabiano. Rear: Mgr. George Whalen, Chris Klint, Barry 
Cullen, Mike Fredricks, Mark DiGregorio, Chris McCoy, 
Steve Harrington, Joe Tavalone, Coach Downes. 



BASEBALL 



"Good life!" . . . "Yea, you're right!" . . . "Nice 
try" . . . "Jim Fabiano - Chico." 

Once again the baseball team ended an out- 
standing season as co-champions with a record of 
12 wins and 4 losses. The team's co-operation on 
the field resulted in an enjoyable season for all. 

Captain Jim Fabiano, leading all-star candidate, 
led his team at the plate with a superb .500 batting 
average. Mike Miller was chosen to be the all-star 
pitcher and accumulated a 19-5 record during his 
three years on the mound. Many memorable plays 
were turned in by a number of team members, 
especially seniors Dave Rice, Mike Band, Steve 
Burke, Richard Carroll, Dave Olson, Mark DiGreg- 
gorio, and Tom Bulman. 

The high point of the year was the decisive 
victory over Hyde Park in the quarter finals of the 
Tournament. Despite the rocky field and an aching 
Jim Fabiano, Ricky Carroll smashed a grand slam 
home run to put Westwood on top to stay. Their 
later loss to a fine Newburyport squad signified an 
end to a great season. 



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Junior Varsity 
First row, left to right: M. Fabiano, B. Russell, S. Follett, D. 
Hill, J. Scibilia. Second row: D. O'Rourke, G. Benson, B. Cap- 
puccino, J. Kerivan, J. Warren. Third row: M. Coggins, S. Millet, 
J. Lyons, P. O'Reilly. Rear: B. Dullea, D. Besser, G. Guerriero, 
Coach Robert Bonn. 




SWIM TEAM 
AND DIVING 

Is practice hard today? . . . How 
many laps do we have left . . . one 
more dive . . . "Put on Rollover 
Beethoven!"... Put on the Beatles, 
I'm sick of the Beach Boys . . . "The 
Weekenders!" . . . Rarse'Em! . . . Who 
is mooning in the deep end? . . . Out 
by 6 p.m. . . . Cheeky Cheeky games 
with "Gold Fingers" . . . Psyche! . . . 
pushing . . . Ya going diving . . . beat 
the clock . . . We're # 1 . . . 

The girls are to be congratulated for 
their third undefeated league season 
but without the excellent coaching 
ability of Coach Kathy Delaney-Smith 
the girls realize this winning season 
wouldn't have been possible. The com- 
bined swimming-diving teams had 2 
non-league upsets but these losses did 
not ruin their confidence as the girls 
went all the way to recapture the 
league title from Dover-Sherborn in an 
easily won tie-breaker swim meet. 

This year the diving team did very 
well — Cindy Ferraro placed first in 
Easterns and States. Maura Casey 
placed second in the States and 3rd in 
the Easterns. Lisa Ferraro placed 4th 
in the States. 



Girls' Swim Team 
First row, left to right: C. Connors, V. Gulla, L. Ferraro, M. Casey, C. Ferraro, S. Tosi, V. Wilhelm. 
Second row: K. Montgomery, M. Nee, S. Reed, S. Miller, R. Surette, N. Stockford, J.Ward. Rear: 
J. Cloney, S. Freidl, K. Sullivan, A. Montgomery, J. Bernard, C. Steeger, S. McNally, Coach 
Delaney-Smith. 




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SKI TEAM 

1976 Massachusetts Bay State League 
Ski Champions 




Ski Team 
Left to right: D. Johnson, K. Duquette, J. 
Deacon, L. Towle, S. Broadhurst, M. Don- 
Ion, D. Hall, P. MacPherson, D. Towle, K. 
Donlon, J. Merrow, L. Sigmund, P. Donlon, 
K. Mathews, B. Eldridge, B. MacNeill, B. 
Ingraham, Coach John Rogers. 

Under the leadership of first-year 
coach John Rogers, the spirited Wol- 
verine Ski Team put together an in- 
credibly strong and balanced cross- 
country and slalom attack to ski off 
with the Massachusetts Bay State 
League Ski Championship. 

Westwood not only took the 
league championship for the first 
time ever, but also did it with the 
amazing record of 19 wins and only 3 
losses. The fact that Westwood won 
with a very young team, the only se- 
niors being Jeff Deacon and Dan 
Towle, further displayed the tremen- 
dous leadership ability of Coach 
Rogers. Captains Dan Towle and Kim 
Mathews were also instrumental in lift- 
ing this hard-skiing group of racers to 
first place in the league. 1976 will 
surely be an unforgetable year for all 
the members of the squad. 

. . . Ski Team is a varisty sport . . . 
Beth and Jeff . . . soccer in the mud 
. . . "What Scott, only second!" . . . 
cutting, trail, cross-countrying in the 
woods . . . "Excuses, excuses, we're 
not going to win this way" . . . running 
around the high school (or through 
it) . . . "John, do we really have to ski 
that course?!" . . . 



GOLF 



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A record of 9 wins and 5 losses 
was good enough to place the Wolver- 
ine golfers in fourth position in the 
Tri-Valley League standings. Coach 
Kodzis was proud of his squad which 
was extremely young and somewhat 
unfamiliar with many of the courses. 
With only one senior and one junior 
member, we can look for a fine season 
next year when the squad takes to the 
turf. 

Perhaps the most impressive accom- 
plishment was that of Carolyn Welsh 
making the squad as an alternate. She 
marks a first for Westwood golf - the 
first time a girl has ever made the team! 




Captain Dan Towle 



Captain Kim Mathew; 





Golf Team 

Rear, left to right: Coach Kodzis, R. 
Megley, J. Hepburn, J. Herlihy. Front: J. 
iMcNamara, D. Watson, C. Welch. 



McNamara, D. 
Pendergast, M. 




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style of champions, 



Cneeling, left to right: Cindy Katler, Becky Ingraham, Captain; Becky Smyth, Captain; Betsy Ratto. 
tear: Susan Scollins, Mary Beers, Beth Ingraham, Karen Moses, Nancy Kraus, Melissa Johnson, Mary 
_ou Sullivan. Lissi Sesnovich, Michele Bolduc, Nancy Burhoe, Coach Procaccmo. 

This year's Girls' Tennis Team completed another successful year with a record of 13 
A/ins and 3 losses. 

Capatains Becky Smyth and Becky Ingraham led their team through an outstanding 
season under the guidance of Coach Procaccino. 

The girls proved in their regular season that they had talent, and they gave their best 
jffort in the first round of the States against Falmouth. Mary Ann McCoy, Ann 
VIcGinnis, and Betsy Ratto executed victories in the singles. Betsy and Ann assured a 
:eam victory when they won three set matches. 

The girls lost in the second round to Weston as all of the seniors were felling the 
epercussions of Rizzo's graduation party. 

The team would like to thank "Coach Proc" for all that she did to make Westwood a 
vinning team. 

BOYS' TENNIS 

Once again the Tennis Team finished an outstanding season with a record of 14 wins 
ind 2 losses. The season was both meaningful and enjoyable. For the seniors, this year 
narked the end of four great seasons with the Tennis Team and Coach Peter Case. 

The 1976 season was highlighted by fantastic plays executed by both upper and lower 
:lassmen. Seniors Bill Burhoe, Tom Joyce, Clay McNally, Bob Moses and Joe Sullivan 
turned in superb seasons; the most successful being the undefeated doubles combination of 
Tom Joyce and Joe Sullivan. The underclassmen also deserve recognition for their excellent 
games. 

The Tennis Team, especially the graduating seniors, would like to thank Mr. Case for 
nany fine years of tennis and many great years of friendship. 

Fine time for singles. . . Traveling with the Baseball Team and Softball Team . . . 

'S.O.M.F.!!!" . . . Broken strings, cracked frames and nasty words — " !!!!" . . . 

Some toil shots and a lot of good shots ... "I heard there was no practice today, Mr. 
Sase??"... devoted fans K.K., K.N., Mr. B., Mrs. B., Mr. S., many teachers and 
friends . . . "Brucie baked on air!!??" . . . "Spinach chin" . . . "Howdy Doody" . . . "What 
I tremendous head you have!!" . . . T.J., Joe, Willy, Haven and Clay. 

Kneeling, left to right: Bob Moses, Bill Burhoe, Clay McNally, Joey Sullivan, Tom Joyce. Rear: 
3oach Case, Owen Berg, Mark Vartebedian, Ted Beaton, John Abbott, Ted Nichols, Paul McDer- 
nott, John Procaccino, Scott Broadhurst, Alan Vartebedian. 



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Swim Team 
First row, left to right: D. Crawford, C. Peterson, M. Vartabedian, R. Surrett, J. Mahoney, 
E. Winslow, D. Dion, T. Palmer. Second row: K. Gavin, J. Goode, J. Coleman, B. Bieulieu, 
L. McMakin, S. Haywood, D. Roche, T. Magri. Third row: J. Supple, D. Legge, J. Kearns, 
J. Reardon, F. Meagher, J. Ahigian, A. Perlman, R. Olson, S. DiBari, F. Early, M. Coggins, 
R. Mulhall, R. Reilly, Coach Gearon. 



Team captains Jim Ahigian, Bob Mulhall, and Jack Reardon led the team to 
its most successful season ever— eleven wins and one loss. This record was good 
enough to finish second in the Suburban Conference and second in the 
Suburban Conference Championships. Both of these seconds were at the hands 
of Brockton (University) High School. 

Next year's team should be even better with twelve returning lettermen and 
an outstanding diving team. Senior Captain Jack Reardon leaves with his 
1:06.5 min. 100 yard backstroke record still standing. All other records are 
held by next year's team. This sounds promising for a fantastic season in '77! 




SOFTBALL 



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Varsity 
ront, left to right: R. Hubner, M. Fox, C. Smith, J. Gresl, B. Schweitzer, K. 
argan; Rear: D. Murray, K. Love, C. Dion, B. Bonner, P. McCarthy, A. 
eacon, E. Griffin, B. Griffiths, Coach Frasca. 



Junior Varsity 
Front, left to right: B. Billard, S. Fitzgerald, L. Stephenson, J. Haley, M. 
Burke, K. Wolfe, J. McKeown. Rear: D. Harrington, B. Derwin.C. Larson, C. 
Fosenfeld, M. Love, J. Ogden, J. McMullen, Coach Joyce. 



Coach Frasca, new uniforms . . . Capt. Fox and Bud . . . "Quit 
"irowing rocks!" . . . wonderful fans ... A little bingo . . . "Come 
n Chuckie" . . . "What are the signals!" . . . Westwood 6 - Belling- 
am 5 . . . "Wise up!" . . . gum . . . fudgesicals ... a record of 13-4 
. . States: Westwood 10 - Harwich 5 . . . "Jugs" ... a loss to North 
ittleboro . . . "Show me the way to go home!" . . . 

After a week of grueling tryouts in which many hopeful players 
ave their best. Coach Joyce Frasca picked her squad. Except for 
itching, the team looked strong in every department. This situation 
/as quickly remedied when senior "Chuckie" Smith stepped on the 
jbber. She became the number one pitcher with a fine 10-2 record. 

This year's Captains were Martha Fox and Beth Schweitzer, 
lartha, center fielder and Beth, first baseman, ended their fourth 
ear on the varsity squad with a great season. Each scored over 
"lirty runs, stole the most bases, and batted over 450. 



Senior Ginnie DeAngelis, the starting left fielder, also ended four 
years on the varsity squad. She continually made spectacular catches 
and looked very sharp at the plate. 

As the season opened, the team lacked a third baseman. Senior 
Joyce Gresl took over the hot corner and did an excellent job. Joyce 
had a great year and led the team with three home runs. 

The team ended their regular season in the Tri-Valley League in 
second place with a record of 13-4. They entered the State Tourna- 
ment for the second successive year. The girls defeated Harwich 10-5 
with Chuckie Smith going the distance for the win. The squad 
traveled to Taunton for the quarter-finals where they lost to North 
Attleboro 17-5. 

The fun, productive season ended with that game but next year's 
squad promises to rival the '76 Wolverines. 



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wed like to make things 

perfectly clear 

STUDENT 



COUNCIL 



This year's Student Council, under the lead- 
ership of Jim Fabiano, Mary Ann McCoy, Lissi 
Sesnovich, and Meredith Beers, continued to 
play an active role in the leadership, direction, 
and affairs of the school. 

The council successfully sold "Green Pride" 
buttons and hats in the fall. They raffled the 
school stereo and planned a highly successful 
school-wide dance. 

All in all, the council greatly contributed to 
the unity of our school. 




Jim Fabiano 
Council President 



Miss Judith Bolles 
Advisor 



STUDENT 

ADVISORY 

BOARD 




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Left to right: A. Skelski, J. McCafferty, 
D. Pearce, M. Beers, B. Aspinwall. 



The Student Advisory Board offers 
the students of Westwood High an op- 
portunity to share their feelings with 
the faculty and administration. The 
Board promotes the exchange of ideas 
concerning life at the high school in 
order to create an environment in 
which all students may learn and enjoy 
their years at Westwood High School. 




Always changing, experimenting, reaching . . . 







STUDENT- 
FACULTY 
FORUM 



First row, left to right: H. Fischler, E. 
Clement, M. Milan, S. Harrington, L. Sesno- 
vich, M. Bolduc, G. Hoffman, J. Babineau, 
K. O'Fria. Second row: D. Towle, S. Karp, 
T. Earls, E. Eberly, A. Gallant. Rear: A. 
Perlman. 



The Student-Faculty Forum is a school government body 
which meets monthly and is comprised of Faculty Senate 
members, Student Council members and at-large members of 
the faculty and student population. 

The Forum kept itself busy with the questions of class rank 
and expanding student responsibilities. They also became in- 
volved with reforms proposed by the student steering commit- 
tee. 

AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE 

This year Westwood High School hosted two exchange 
students - Ewald Filler from Germany and Mari Tsuda from 
Japan. With the aid of their special friends in the AFS Club, 
the students were readily adopted into a great variety of 
school functions. Mike Kusmin partook of a similar experience 
this year in Mexico. The exchange students came as strangers 
and will have to leave behind many close friends. 

The club sponsored another successful International Dinner 
in April to help the Field Service pay for the foreign students' 
expenses. The annual magazine drive once again proved suc- 
cessful and provided the bulk of financial support. 

The participation of many students in the activities of AFS 
will hopefully stimulate their desire to meet people from 
different cultures. 




Ewald Filler 



Mari Tsuda 



First row, left to right: M. Bolduc, K. Moses, D. 
Heywood, L. Sesnovich, M. Rizzo, J. Ward. Second 
row: M. Tsuda, A. Bennett. Third row: H. Moul- 
ton, B. Smyth, N. Kelleher, B. O'Connell, B. Scol- 
lins, K. Mullarkey, C. Cutler, D. Spakevicius, M. 
Shamon. Fourth row: Mrs. Ballou; Advisor, D. 
Scibilia, J. Barrington, B. Rogers, E. Filler, L. 
Vivona. Fifth row: D. Doyle, A. Anacko. 





Give me a "W" . . . buy a hat and 
button . . . where's your school 
spirit? . . . play "When Westwood 
High School Boys ..."... who's 
goin' to Mac's . . . "The ref brought 
his lunch" . . . rebounds . . . "You, 

you, you," . . . " Big Blue" 

. . . "Who scored that goal?" . . . 
"We're number one!" . . . 

"ROWDIE" . . . "We're in the Tour- 
ney!"... NO ONE COULD BE 
PROUDER!!! 
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NATIONAL 

HONOR 

SOCIETY 




PEP CLUB 




First row, left to right: R. Macari, K. MacMunn, K. Donlon, M. Reddish, S. Peccararo, N. Kraus. 
Second row: M. Mundt, J. Haley, L. Colwell, V. McKenna, L. Taksery, M. Nee, D. Clarke, L. Fraze, V. 
Gulla, S. Harrington, J. Clegg, K. Quynn. Third row: D. Scibilia, L. Sesnovich, C. Smith, S. Hill, L. 
Jarvis, J. Babineau, J. Ward, A. Montgomery, K. Mullarkey, G. Lester, B. Bashian. Fourth row: P. 
Frew, A. Gallant, K. Moses, M. Bolduc, K. Cudworth, A. Kelly, S. Tosi, G. Whalen, C. Welch, K. 
Ballantine. Fifth row: J. McKeown, C. Rich, J. Decatur, L. Sicard, M. Shaman, N. Neville, J. Conway, 
L McGuinness, C. Howland, N. Lynch, L. Joyce, K. MacMullen. Sixth row: J. Cavanaugh, K. Love, T. 
Sheehan, M. Casey. 




First row, left to right: L. Williams (Sec.), B. Smyth (V.P.), K. Ofria (Pres.), G. Pisano (Treas.). Second 
row, D. Quinn, M. Cavanaugh, D. Doyle, J. Gresl, M. Woicik, J. Kearns, D. Follett, S. Dettbarn, K. 
Cudworth, C. Bussalacchi, B. Bonner. Third row: B. Moses, C. Smith, M. Henry, M. Tsuda, D. Murray, 
K. MacLellan, G. Lester, P. McDonald, J. Hildebrant, S. Harrington, L. Gattozi, D. Pearce, C. Friedl, B. 
Scollins. Fourth row: T. Altimar, S. Zabilski, P. Atkins, M. Beers, B. Schweitzer, R. Murphy, L. Blum, 
M. Bolduc, S. Karp, J. Ward, B. Geary. Fifth row: M. Hubbell, D. Shamlian, D. Sheehan, M. Band, L. 
Saaro, D. Spakevicius, L. Sesnovich, K. Crocker, K. Moses, T. Williams. 



This year was probably the most suc- 
cessful for the National Honor Society. 
Under President Kim Ofria, Vice Presi- 
dent Becky Smyth, Secretary Leslie Wil- 
liams, and Treasurer Grace Pisano, the 
organization engaged in many worthwhile 
activities. An exchange program with 
Hingham and Framingham North allowed 
inter-twon discussions of goals and ideas. 
A successful fund-raising project provided 
money to purchase a set of books for the 
Media Center. Other community and 
school service projects kept members 



busy throughout the year. In addition, 
several cookouts and dinners were held 
for fun and relaxation. 

Finally, the 1976 induction of new 
members was an original, special occasion 
involving both junior and senior mem- 
bers. Hopefully the enthusiasm, innova- 
tion, and co-operation of the current Na- 
tional Honor Society will continue. 

Special thanks to advisors Mr. Peter 
Case and Miss H. Joan Dillon for all they 
did to make 1976 a great and memorable 
year. 



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CHESS CLUB 



Photography Club 




Left to right: E. Wefald, P. Halkett, R. Burghoff, S. Karp. 



Left to right: A. Lester, R. Murphy, C. Mooncai, G. Lester, E. 
Filler, D. Murphy. 



Drama Club 



The 1975-76 Drama Club, under the direction of Mrs. Ellin Booras, completed another 
year of success. 

The excitement began with the senior class play — "Tom Jones." A fun production for all, 
the senior play introduced many new faces to the Westwood stage. 

"The American Dream" was Westwood's entry into the Massachusetts Drama Festival. 
Student directed, the play was a fine production. 

Westwood's fourth annual musical "Oklahoma!" continued the success of all of the past 
musicals. A cast and crew of over seventy is congratulated for its great efforts. 

Under the supervision of Ms. Hernan, the club finished the year with three student-di- 
rected one-act plays in June. 

Mrs. Ellin Booras, a devoted and talented director, will not be with us next year. She will 
surely be missed for all of the happiness and cheer she has brought to many at Westwood 

High School. 

Drama Club 
First row, left to right: R. Sicard, G. Pisano, J. McCafferty, H. Moulton, R. Conway, R. Crawford, C. 
McNally, L. Williams. Second row: C. Steeger, G. Pisano, M. Pizzuto, J. Turner, J. Barrington, R. Tarrullo, 
N. Neville, M. Cavanaugh, M. Nee, J. Kearns, L. Gatozzi. Third row: K. Nee, B. McGrail, W. Harris, D. 
Quinn, J. Clegg, M. Henry, M. Fitzpatrick, J. Horton, B. Clement, B. Shepperson, M. Keough, S. McNally, 
Fourth row: K. Ballantine, D. Goodale, D. Heyward, A. Montgomery, D. Sullivan, K. Mullarkey, K. 
Fallon, C. Moocai, A. Perlman, B. Brock, A. Mason, A. Lester. Fifth row: L. Ferraro, G. Suman, P. 
Sheehan, J. MacMullen, J. Cavanaugh, B. Ingraham, A. Gallant, L. Taksery, P. Frew, K. Dare, K. 
McMullen, C. Atkins. 





Thespians 
First row, left to right: M. Cavanaugh. Second: H. 
Moulton. Third: M. Henry. Rear: G. Pisano, J. 
Clegg, L. Gattozzi. 



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Oklahoma! 




Crew 
Kneeling, left to right: B. Haughn, L. Ferraro, D. Effgen. Second row: R. Johnson, C. Rich, R. Sicard, B. 
Griffiths, D. Murray, S. Reed. Rear: S. Russell, H. Moulton, N. Kraus, C. Steeger. 



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Cast 



Kneeling, left to right: A. Mason, D. Maloof, S. Gains, G. Suman, L. 
Connors, B. Clement, J. Dowd, J. Horton, L. Cullen, P. Donlon, J. 
Sullivan, D. Heywood, G. Pisano, L. Williams, L. Rossetti. Second row: 
M. Henry, R. Conway, L. Gattozzi, J. Cavanaugh, J. McKeown, J. 
MacMullen, M. J. Nee, L Taksery, L. Taksery, L. Jarvis, C. Atkins, J. 



McCafferty, A. Perlman, F. Earley, C. Madge, N. Finnegan. Third row: 
M. Fitzpatrick, J. Larsen, S. Mackey, C. McGill, T. Campagna, D. 
Towle, D. Sullivan, C. McNally, C. Goodale, R. Crawford, E. Wefold, J. 
Munroe, M. Cavanaugh, M. Gelotte, R. Towland, B. McGrail, J. Kearns, 
F. Meagher, M. Watson, J. Silverman, R. Daley, A. Lester. 



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SENIOR CLASS PLAY 

TOM JONES 

"London bridge is falling down" . . . "Next time 
please no scripts!" . . . Tom & Sophia . . . Blifil's an- 
tics . . . the fight of the century — take it easy Fitz 

... a perfectly British experience . . . SERVANTS! 

. . . "Is this play supposed to be serious?!" . . . the 
BEST of the Class of '76. 



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"If I told you once I told 
you one thousand times 




BUSINESS CLUB 



Left to right: Janet Gommes, Lena Ciampa, Barbara Haughn, A. Saia, T. Tsebtzis, 
M. McAulay, C. Patalano, N. Shepperson, D. Johnson, D. Vozzella, Mr. Flahive, 
Advisor. 

Throughout the school year the Business Club faithfully performs 
thousands of odd secretarial jobs which are easily and efficiently 
handled by the skillful "super secretaries." 

The monthly school menus, letters, releases, booklets, and medical 
forms are just a few examples of all the work these talented students 
perform. In addition, many of the members serve as office assistants 
throughout the school system and aid a variety of community organiza- 
tions in the town. 



HEALTH CAREERS CLUB 




The members of the Health Careers Club all plan to enter the 
medical field after college or training. Under the direction of Mrs. 
Elizabeth Clement and the leadership of Jane Sullivan, the girls have 
gone on a variety of field trips and have had many meetings with special 
guest speakers. 



Front, left to right: S. Ballantine, R. Surrette, M. Sullivan, A. Gallant. 
Rear: D. Spakevicius, L. Fafara, M. Burke, Mrs. Clement; Advisor, J. 
Ward, D. Doyle, J. Sullivan. 



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ASTRONOMY CLUB 

Left to right: C. Keegan, A. Lester, J. McCafferty, H. Sanford, M. Stone, T. Paddell. 
Second row: Mr. Keegan; Advisor; C. Sheehy, R. Berlo, J. Kearns, M. Hubbell, G. Lester, 
M. Pizzuto, B. Geary. 





First row, left to right: B. Billard, G. Bresnahan, R. Conway, K. Hazen, R. Tarrulo. Rear: 
<. Black, M. Murphy, Mrs. Perry, Advisor; T. Johnson, N. Neville. 



This year the Astronomy Club was graced with 
a variety of new members. Meetings were held at 
Jon Hubbard's house and observations were made 
in a neighboring field. A field trip was taken to the 
observatory at Wellesley College. 

Meetings were fun and informal and full of 
"Stone beating." Because the cloudy spring 
weather prevented observing, the club members 
were forced to play a lot of pool and ping-pong. 
The club plans to hold a summer meeting for one 
last get-together and look at the stars before the 
seniors leave for college. 

SPANISH CLUB 




AUDIO- VISUAL 
CLUB 



First row, left to right:T. Padell, P. Wheeler, L. 
Ridley. Second row: Mr. Swezey, Advisor; J. McCaf- 
ferty, G. West. C. Sheehy. 




There's got to be a morning after. 



Hanky-panky?? 




'Huh?" 



"Oh! So this is Dorchester Heights 



This new 18-hour girdle is killing me!" 




Which one's longer?? 
hindsight 



"Where'd it go?" 



Shazam!! 



"Don't tell anybody but I think I'm 
gonna be sick." 

"Kiss me you fool." 




-dSTHiir 





"I can't believe I ate the whole 
thing!" 



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"Who me? 
stuff!" 



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CHEERLEADERS 



The Westwood High School Varsity Cheering 
Squad had a very successful year. They placed third, 
once again , in the Tri-Valley Cheering Competition. 
Congratulations to the girls who participated on this 
year's squad. It was a fun year full of great memories. 

"Hey-ho, Tonto" . . . "Line up!"... "Where is 
everybody?" . . . "Round offs or splits" . . . "Non- 
league away — no go!" . . . new uniforms . . . "So 
close, yet so far away" . . . "You're late" . . . "rail- 
roads!" . . . Marilyn runs on . . . freezing legs . . . 
muddy shoes . . . pouring games ... on to the tour- 
ney . . . Michael's radio . . . "Take your flowers off!" 
. . . "No nylons" . . . Thanksgiving game — disaster. 




Varsity Cheering 
Front, kneeling: Kristine Larson. Standing: Patricia Grueter, Lynn Finnegan, Susan 
Bero, Co-Captain; Marilyn Reddish, Laura Taksery. Top: Jennifer Dowd, Brenda 
Bashian, Susan Peccararo, Loretta Taksery, Antoinette Lobosco, Co-Captain. 




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Hockey Cheerleaders 
Front row, left to right: Co-Captains Sandy Hanlon and Sue Ballantine. Second row: 
Donna Murray, Karol Ballantine. Third row: Katie Quynn, Laura Stacey, Amy 
Hanlon, Debbie Kilburne. Fourth row: Marilyn Hill, Soili Ayoub, Ellen Berlin, 
Mildred Hanlon. Top row: Janet Decatur. 

HOCKEY CHEERLEADERS 

. . . Pitiful !K ... Do it again . . . "El, Dave" . . . Did somebody Hijack a 
cat?!! . . . Get your deuces lower! . . . January 29, 1976, 1 :44 p.m." ... I 
don't feel like cheering ... Is Marilyn cheering tonite? . . . Injuries 
much!?! ... Is it a Wolverine? . . . LOUDER!! . . . He's my cousin! . . . 
SMILE . . . "7.5" . . . The big Fig Newton . . . "Yooooooooo!!!" . . . "te- 
ta" . . . 

The Hockey Cheerleading squad led by the Co-captains Sandy Hanlon 
and Sue Ballentine had a fantastic season cheering for the boys. The girls 
put many hours of dilligent work into the practices and individual cheers. 



VOLLEYBALL 





Under the direction of Coach Sheffield, the WHS 
girls formed a volleyball team. The long, hard prac- 
tices paid dividends as the novice team scooped the 
championship of the Tri-Valley league. Co-Captained 
by Mari Tsuda and Joyce Gresl, the team "volleyed" 
its way to number ONE. 



Squad 
Kneeling, left to right: M. Tsuda, Coach Sheffield, J. Gresl. Standing, rear: G. DeAngelis, J. 
Fabiano, K. Dargan, R. Crawford, M. McCoy, J. Conway, N. Kraus, K. Kaligian. 



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STUDENT STEERING COMMITTEE 



The object of the Student Steering Committee 
is to expose the grievences felt by the majority of 
students towards certain areas of studies. The find- 
ings of the committee were presented to the ad- 
ministration and faculty members. From their 
findings, the students have convinced a variety of 
departments to alter their courses or make neces- 
sary additions to their programs of studies. 



Student Steering Committee 
Left to right: G. Lester, N. Kelleher, M. Woicik, H. 
Moulton, J. Zabilski. 



MATH TEAM 



Picking the categories. . . problems, problems, 
problems!! ... all those tests. . . Who'll do the 
team question? . . . bring in the new recruits . . . 
trophy!?! . . . CLASS. 



First row, left to right: M. Beers, J. Hildebrandt, M. Stone, A. Lester, Mr. Pender, 
Advisor. Second row: D. Megley, F. Cogswell, J. Kearns, T. Gould, G. Bresnahan. 






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NO PARENTHESES 




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Westwood High School 
Literary Magazine 




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First row, left to right: M. Rizza, B. Geary, M. Watson, B. Billard. Second row: A. 

Lester, Mr. Milan, Advisor; S. Karp, M. Katler. Third row: R. Murphy, D. Murray, D. 
Olson, D. Shamlian, J. MacMullen, D. Doyle, J. Ward. 




Mrs. Ellen Eberly 
No Parentheses Advisor 



One of the best literary magazines in the history of 
the school was produced by the "community-type" 
staff of No Parentheses. 

The literary staff, under the leadership of Karol 
Ballantine, and the support of Mrs. Eberly, along with 
Mr. Wellsman's fantastic graphic arts staff, produced a 
magazine which sold like hot-cakes to all of the 
students. 



No Parentheses Staff 

Karol Ballantine Robin Mackey 



Editor-in-Chief 
Meredith Beers 
Linda Blum 
Michele Bolduc 
Rosemary Conway 
Donna Doyle 
Doug Falls 
Peggy Frew 
David Follett 
Mark Gelotte 
Valerie Gulla 
Pam Hanberry 
Maura Hanley 
Becky Ingraham 
Albert Lester 



Laurie McGuinness 
Heather Moulton 
Nancy Meridan 
Karen Moses 
Bob Moses 
Kate Mullarkey 
Jennifer Mullins 
Lisa Nichols 
Kim Ofria 
Deanie Pearce 
Georgia Pearson 
Lissi Sesnovich 
Debbie Scibilia 
Joanne Ward 



SACRED CHEESE 

This year's Sacred Cheese editors Mitch Katler, 
Bob Moses, and Steve Karp knew they would have to 
build a talented and dedicated staff to keep the 
award-winning newspaper one of the top in the north- 
eastern United States. 

With the aid of Mr. Milan, the Cheese rolled off 
the presses in the fall and its climax was the Thanks- 
giving issue. Mr. Chicetti, Mr. Wellsman, and the stu- 
dents of the Graphic Arts classes lent tremendous 
support by setting and printing all copies of the paper 
this year. 

Unfortunately, the Cheese had to end its circula- 
tion in 1975, due to student apathy. 




DRILL 
TEAM 



GETTING IT ALL TOGETHER 

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Drill Team 
First row, left to right: K. Quynn, B. Griffiths, D. Murray, M. Whiting, D. Doyle, S. Hanlon. Second row: C. Rich, L. 
Joyce, D. Doyle, R. Clark, K. McMunn, S. Ayoub, B. Maus, P. Sheehan; Third row: M. Hill, J. Decatur, L. McGee, 
M. Hanlon, N. Lynch, L. Colwell, A. Annarko, S. Ballantine. 

"You guys are PITIFUL!" . . . "You're gonna do it until 
it's perfect!" . . . fantastic half-time show at Medfield 
. . . singing on the bus . . . tears at Thanksgiving . . . 
"Sandy!!! stop doing ballet and MARCH!" ... "Not 
another rainy Saturday!" ... 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 . . . Kick 
down! . . . Brenda, Captain for a day! . . . Quincy Christ- 
mas parade with jingle bells . . . "Why is Donna M. 
marching backwards?" . . . Borachi's . . . "Co-operate!" 
. . . "Dress-Center dress" ... "I feel like a soldier!" . . . 
"The Doyles' are at work again!" . . . Captain Marilyn, 
Co-Captain Sue. 

COLOR GUARD 

The 1976 Color Guard, under the direction of Cheryl 
Mooncai, executed precise routines which comple- 
mented the band during half-time shows. The girls per- 
formed in style and always looked impressive as they led 
the marching band. 

"Right shoulder-arms!" . . . "Wait a minute, Steve!" 
. . . count! . . . soggy fields . . . Medfield . . . "Where's 
Linda?" . . . "Do you want— do you want . . .!" . . . 
Captain Cheryl . . . Co-Captain Lissi . . . Ground Round. 





Front, left to right: D. Mazzarella, R. Chicoine, 
Hanlon, K. Bernado, M. Kallenberg, T. Kelly. 



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K. Collet, S. Scales. Rear: A. 




MAJORETTES 





Donna Mazzarella 
Captain 



Patsy Kallenberg 
Trick Twirler 



"Practice at 7:00?" . . . "Pick up your knees." 
. . . "Smile or else I'll kill you!" . . . "Shut up 
and line up." . . . "We'll stay until it's done 
right." . . . "Do it again." . . . "March like this." 
. . . cold days . . . cold hands and feet ... a lot of 
blisters . . . muddy fields . . . wilted feathers . . . 
ten corsages ... a surprize party and a trophy for 
the captain . . . and one for the feature twirler 
... a formal banquet ... a lot of fun ... a strug- 
gle for perfection . . . PERFECTION!!! . . . Cap- 
tain Donna, Co-Captain Sandy. 



Majorettes 
.eft to right: R. Chicoine, T. Kelly, K. Russo, S. Scales, C. Bernado, M. Kallenberg, P. 
<allenberg, A. Hanlon. Missing from photo: D. Mazzarella. 

DEBATING TEAM 



RAGTIME ENSEMBLE 

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This year members of the high school became interested in 
re-forming a debating team. Under the leadership of Ms. 
Barysh, the team plans to develop and participate in a couple 
of novice debates next season. 



Members 

K. Nordstrom, F. Cardinale, K. Ofria, S. Dettbarn, C. Howland, P. Atkins, E. 
Kusmin, D. Shamlian, B. Aspinwall, C. Hastings, C. Madden. Conductor, S. 



The Westwood High School Ragtime Ensemble was established when 
Joplin's music was revived into popularity by the movie, "The Sting." 
The ensemble plays the music of Joplin at a variety of concerts 
throughout the school year. 



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MARCHING BAND 

Band 
Kneeling, front: K. Love, M. Love. First row, left 
to right: M. Bolduc, M. Fox, K. Ballantine, M. 
Nolan, P. Kouri, C. Ferzoco, F. Earley, B. Cappuc- 
cino, K. Pitchford, A. Mitchell, M. Napoleone, J. 
Cloney, J. Systrom, R. Mackey, K. Crocker. Sec- 
ond row: C. Hastings, K. Wadden, S. Dettbarn, S. 
Cook, S. Polechronis, Director S. Bonaiuto, D. 
Shamlian, D. Crawford, J. Sullivan, P. Hendrick- 
son, L. Maranjian, J. McMullan, R. Tarullo, C. Kee- 
gan. Third row: B. Aspinwall, R. Shain, M. Carver, 
C. Pappas, S. Devlin, R. Daley, M. Stone, C. Bige- 
low, R. Berlo, J. Finn, C. Madge, S. Millward, E. 
Kusmin, D. Millward, D. Asbrand, D. Doherty, C. 
DiMattia. 

Behind the twirling baton of Stephen 
Polechronis and the drilling of Mr. Bonaiuto, 
the Westwood Wolverine Marching Band 
proved to be a great source of school pride. 

This year the band performed in the 
Somerset Music Festival, Wellesley's Veterans 
Day Parade, Quincy's Christmas Parade, the 
Southeastern Massachusetts Music Festival 
Parade, and the Memorial Day Parade. This 
was all in addition to the regular weekly 
half-time shows on the gridiron. 

Many responsibilities were placed in the 
hands of the officers: President Kim Crock- 
er, Vice-President Craig Madge, Treasurer 
Jean Hildebrandt, Secretary Karol Ballan- 
tine, Librarians Sue Dettbarn and Ellyn Kus- 
min, and Publicity Director Doug Shamlian. 

The new "military" image complemented 
the traditional high quality sound of the 
band. The band proudly displays their Divi- 
sion I certificate awarded to them for being 
one of the top bands in all of southeastern 
Massachusetts. 

Attent-hut . . . dress-center-dress . . . 
Ready, Front . . . second time . . . Elbows 
should be touching!!! . . . Shain! . . . Who 
took uniforn 52? . . . Polish your shoes . . . 
Wash your hats . . . holey gloves . . . A-Band 
— go to lunch . . . Medfield!?! . . . Rain 
again! . . . baggy pants . . . band dance . . . 
Tim- Toms . . . "Do it again!!" . . . MOVE! 

CONCERT BAND 





This year's Westwood High School 
Concert Band performed successfully in 
four concerts. The time and effort that 
the students placed in their rehearsals and 
practice sessions were acknowledged by all 
of their audiences through thrilling 
rounds of applause. 

Their first concert, the annual Spring 
Pops Concert which was held to benefit 
the Scholarship fund, brought applause 
from a relaxed audience which responded 
to "The Stars and Stripes March" with a 
standing ovation. 

The second concert was an Exchange 
Concert. The Westwood Band opened 
their homes to the Spaulding Red Raider 
Concert Band from Rochester, New 
Hampshire. Besides giving what many par- 
ents believed to be the best Exchange 
Concert that the band has ever sponsored, 
the young musicians attended a dance 
and a party at Michele's house. 



The third concert was given in Quincy 
High School to an audience full of strang- 
ers and judges in the Southeastern Mas- 
sachusetts Music Festival. Despite their 
excellent performance, the band received 
a Division II rating. 

They finished the year with an Ex- 
change Concert in Rochester, New Hamp- 
shire. The townspeople proved to be hos- 
pitable, and everyone enjoyed the con- 
cert. Both bands participated in a long 
mountain climb, and everyone slept well 
after their trek. The kids all had a good 
time, and nobody wanted to take the 
early bus home to Westwood. 

"Jon, you're over bearing on that 
thing! Quiet down!" . . . "Nancy, stop 
talking!" . . . Conductors Kim and Jon 
. . . Officers Kim, Craig, Karol, Jean, 
Susan and Ellyn . . . "Practice that!" . . , 
"Take it from the runs." . . . Thanks, Mr. 
Mark . . . 



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ORCHESTRA 



The Westwood High School Orchestra has been another one of a number of award 
winning groups in the music department. This year's orchestra had a successful exchange 
concert along with the chorus. The exchange was held with New Britain, Connecticut and it 
proved to be enjoyable for all. 

The orchestra also performed at the Southeastern Massachusetts Music Festival, the Pops 
Concert and the Christmas Concert. 




Vocalist Kathie Sheehan 

DANCE BAND 

This year's WHS Dance Band met with 
great success at performances given at the 
Senior Class Banquet, elementary schools, 
Rotary Pancake Breakfast, and a variety 
of concerts. To top off the year, the band 
had a very successful trip to Maine. 

The band members wish to thank Mr. 
Paul Monaghan for his never-ending dedi- 
cation to the group. 



Standing, left to right: Mr. Paul Monaghan, 
Conductor; K. Sheehan, Vocalist. First row, 
seated left to right: S. Dettbarn, D. Legge, B. 
Rogers, J. Perkins, C. Madge, K. Downes, S. 
Polechronis. Rear: J. Finn, B. Berlo, C. Pappis, 
B. Aspinwall, M. Stone, G. Benson, P. Kouri, G. 
Smith, D. Shamlian, J. Sullivan, J. Clegg. 



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CHORUS 




"Lord, I am the cat" . . . "Sue, I can't come 
to chorus today, OK?" . . . exchange concert 
with New Britain, Connecticut ... "I Believe" 
. . . "Quiet down or we'll have a silent study!" 
. . . "Are the tenors singing?" . . . "Come on gang, 
one more time!"... "everytime I feel the 
spirit!!" 





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MADRIGALS 

Under the direction of Sherry 
Madden, the Madrigals' three-part 
harmony graced the auditorium and 
other concert halls during the holi- 
day season. This energetic group also 
entertained at various community 
functions and throughout the West- 
wood school system. 





DOUBLE 
QUARTET 

Double Quartet 
Left to right: J. Munroe, D. Sullivan, 
C. Goodale, M. Cavanaugh, M. Henry, 
T. Campagna, R. Crawford, T. Beaton. 



THE STORY OF GREAT MUSIC 



Under the direction of Mr. John Markarian, the "DQ" 
proved to be an award-winning group. The eight mem- 
bers performed successfully at a variety of concerts 
throughout the school system as well as many appear- 
ances for senior citizens and community groups. 

The Double Quartet was pleased to receive top 
awards for a tremendous performance in the Southeast- 
ern Massachusetts Music Festival. Congratulations are 
also in order for Mr. Markarian's continuing efforts in 
behalf of the group. 



GLEE CLUB 



"Mr. Mark hates altos!" . . . "When will you ever get 
it right!?!" . . . "Maybe we'd better drop this number." 
... "Mr. Mark's flower fell off - don't laugh!"... 
"Don't shout altos!" . . . "Where is love?" . . . "This land 
is your land" . . . "Who will do the decorations?" ... it 
was great 





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GREEN YEARS 



Mr. Stack gratefully thanks the Class of '76 for 
the special honor of theGreen Years dedication. 



The objective of this year's Green 
Years staff was to produce a book cap- 
turing the spirit of the Class of 1976. 

Through many hours of work, I be- 
lieve that I have included a variety of 
activities and faces to grace the pages of 
this book. The upper classmen should be 
pleased with their book because I have 
attempted to highlight their involvement 
in every aspect of life at Westwood High 
School. This book is full of memories 
that the underclassmen should enjoy as 
well. 

My many thanks to those who worked 
along with me to complete the momen- 
tous task of planning, scheduling, photo- 
graphing, writing, editing, proofing, and 
all the other aspects that contribute to 
the final product. We are all justly proud! 

Good luck in the years to come — see 
you at the reunions. 

Karol Ballantine 
Editor-in-Chief 




Editor Karol Ballantine and Advisor Charles Flahive 




Senior Biographies Committee 
Kneeling, left to right: M. Whiting, B. Griffiths, R. Aldus, M. 
Cavanaugh, D. Quinn, G. Masters. Rear: D. Murray, Chairman; C. 
Mooncai, N. Meridan, M. Woicik, R. Conway, L. Beausang, B. In- 
graham. 




Sports Write-ups 
Left to right: T. Johnson, B. Ingraham, M. Fox. 



Typing and Layout 
Left to right: D. Murray, C. Patalano, R. Aldus. 



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Green Years Staff 




R. Aldus 


S. Hanlon 


H. Moulton 


K. Arakelian 


B. Haughn 


J. Monroe 


K. Ballantine 


M. Hill 


M. Murphy 


L. Beausang 


B. Hoffman 


R. Murphy 


S. Bero 


C. Rowland 


D. Murray 


D. Boger 


M. Ingraham 


D. Olson 


W. Burhoe 


T. Johnson 


C. Patalano 


M. Cavanaugh 


K. Kaligian 


D. Quinn 


R. Conway 


P. Kallenberg 


S. Russell 


J. Corkery 


S. Karp 


L Sarro 


B. Denehy 


C. Keating 


B. Schweitzer 


K. Derwin 


G. Lester 


B. Scollins 


D. Doyle 


C. McLeay 


N. Shepperson 


L. Fafara 


M. McAulay 


M. Thibault 


C. Flynn 


M. McCoy 


D. Towle 


M. Fox 


H. McDonald 


K. Warren 


M. Gelotte 


C. McNally 


M. Watson 


J. Gresl 


N. Meridan 


L. Williams 


M. Griffin 


C. Meyer 


M. Woicik 


B. Griffiths 


C. Mooncai 


J. Zabilski 


P. Hanberry 


R. Moses 






Business Manager Nancy Shepperson and Staff 
Member Steve Turner. 





Editorial Staff 
Left to right: Leslie Williams, Karol Ballantine 
Mary Lou Murphy, Mr. Flahive, Advisor. 

The yearbooks are here! 



Business Manager — Mary McAulay 










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SENIOR CLASS BANQUET 

Taking all day to create the atmosphere of "Shangri- 
La", the decoration committee was proud to see the 
cafeteria evolve into an enchanting situation. A giant 
crepe paper canopy adorned with tin lanterns hung from 
the ceiling, while brightly painted murals decorated the 
walls. 

Almost the entire class partook of the catered roast 
beef dinner. Entertainment was provided by the WHS 
Dance Band and the floor was always packed with high- 
spirited dancers. The highlight of the evening was the 
presentation of class superlatives by Karol Ballantine. 

The senior class was justly proud of their behavior, 
and very pleased that they did not signify an end to a 
long school tradition. 










KNIGHTS 
IN WHITE 
SATIN 



Junior-Senior Prom 
May 21, 1976 
"Knights in White Satin" . . . 
Blue Hills Country Club . . . pre- 
prom activities . . . arriving in 
style by limousine . . . close 
dancing?? . . . Coke on the rocks 
. . . Queen Tracy Gillis . . . Ca- 
hoons . . . our thanks to the junior 
class and its advisors for an ele- 
gant evening. 




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The Royal Court 
Left to right: L. Sesnovich, S. Scollins, D. Pierce, M. Casey, T. Gillis, B. Denehy, N. 
Shepperson, M.L. Murphy, D. Johnson. 



Queen Tracy Gillis 



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CLASS TRIP — JUNE 2 — CRANE'S BEACH . . . 



Threats of showers . . . Where's Ipswich?? . . . never-ending 
trek from the beach to the food . . . music on the hill . . . How 
are we supposed to open the lobsters? . . . teachers "forced" to 



swim . . . peeling noses at graduation . . . the hairless Beurman 
. . . frisbee . . . football . . . long walks . . . dunes . . . good 
food and plenty of it! 







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CLASS DAY 



Class Day was a memorable occasion for many 
itudents who were granted recognition for their 
ithletic and academic participation in school this 
/ear. Awards were given to those who showed 
jreat achievement along with high moral charac- 
eristics. Principal's citations were presented by 
v/Ir . Duane Kocina to those students who contri- 
)uted their time and efforts to service in the 
chool. 

The ceremony was highlighted by the dedica- 
ion and presentation of the 1976 Green Years to 
i/lr. Richard Stack. 




GRADUATION 




In one moment we experienced feel- 
ings of both joy and anguish. Our four 
years of growth and learning in the securi- 
ty of Westwood High School had come to 
an end. 

It is now our turn to feel the reality of 
the world on our own two shoulders. We 
must shape our own lives and decide on 
our own future. We must expand on all 
that we have learned in this community 
in order to make the world a happier 
place in which our children may grow. 



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Remember always that you have 
not only the right to be an individual; 
you have an obligation to be one. 
You cannot make any useful contribution 
in life unless you do this. 

— Eleanor Roosevelt 




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Congratulations 



COLONIAL BARBER SALON 



305 Washington St. 
Westwood, MA 



MEN & WOMEN'S STYLING 



ROGER'S STATIONERY 



Westwood, MA 



FINE GIFTS 





THE HAIR FAIR 








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Men' 


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Hairpieces 




phone 


326-1340 


921 


High St. 




COMPLIMENTS 

MINI TO MAXI COIFFUERS 

923 High Street Westwood, MA 
and 

Mona-Lisa— Mai son De Beaute 

15 East Cottage Street, Norwood, MA 



Tel. 326-4646 



Tel. 769-2505 



CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1976 



WESTWOOD ICE CENTER 



HOME OF WESTWOOD HIGH HOCKEY 



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Best Wishes to the Class of 1976 




171 Milton St., East Dedham, Mass. 02026 

617—329-3232 

In Massachusetts Call Toll Free — In N.H., R.I., V.T., Conn., Call Toll Free 

1-800-532-9585 1-800-225-9721 







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1976 The Bicentennial Year 



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The year 1976 is a special year in our nation's 
history. The United States has been in existence 
for 200 years, and her heritage stems from small 
eastern communities like Westwood. 

As a tribute to the bicentennial, we have se- 
lected a variety of pictures from the Baker Collec- 
tion in the Westwood Public Library to represent a 
glimpse of the Town of Westwood in the 
eighteenth century. 




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"Hey wait a minute, we're on the 
same team!" 



'What did I do wrong this time? 



My bunion is killing me.' 



'God, please help me. 




"Don't talk with your mouth ful 
dahling!!" 



'Hey there fellas" 



"Not exactly an epicuri- 
an's delight, but we're 
not allowed to leave cam- 
pus." 



Guess who's gonna' go swimming! 




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"Guess who's cheating on Annie." 



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Life is a garden of roses ... or 
daisies! 



"I know what you mean. I'd like to 
play first base, too." 



"Me want banana." 



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